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Roger Stone Requests A New Trial, Citing Revelations About Anti-Trump Juror

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Roger Stone Requests A New Trial, Citing Revelations About Anti-Trump Juror
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News video: Despite Boost From DOJ, Roger Stone Not In Great Legal Shape

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Roger Stone was refused his request for a new trial on Wednesday. Stone has received support from high places this week, including word that the Justice Department would seek a lighter sentence in his case. However, Newser reports that may be cold comfort to the political operative. In his...

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