The Philadelphia Inquirer: Failure to Report Free Trips May be Used as Evidence Against Menendez
"Often what a prosecutor will say is this is evidence of willful intent - he was hiding this because he knew this was wrong," said Meredith McGehee, policy director of the nonpartisan ethics watchdog the Campaign Legal Center.
"Usually it's like, 'Bad boy, next time, disclose.' It's usually of that nature," McGehee said. But in a bribery trial, "this is kind of a whole different nature." ...
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