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from the AP via Sports Illustrated,

“Waiting a year suggests the evidence may not be as strong as they’d like,’’ said George C. Thomas, a professor at the Rutgers University School of Law in Newark.
But Mike Pinsky, a prominent New Jersey defense lawyer, says it’s not unusual for the state Attorney General’s Office to take more than a year to sort through evidence between filing charges and seeking an indictment.
“With wiretap cases, I don’t consider a year a long time for a state grand jury,’’ Pinsky said. “After year and a half or two years, I’d wonder what’s going on.’‘


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