Is U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara behaving more like a politician or like a prosecutor bound by the rules of legal ethics?
Do his press conferences, speeches, interviews, and other public comments about Sheldon Silver, the now-indicted former Speaker of the New York Assembly, sound more like he’s running for elected office, or like a prosecutor who is abiding by the ethical restrictions on over-zealous, prejudicial out-of-court statements?
- Disgraced Shelly Silver Faces Fine of Up To $120,000 (jpupdates.com)
- NY ethics board warns ex-Speaker Silver over filing (wnyt.com)
- Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Pleads Not Guilty In Bribery Case (newyork.cbslocal.com)
- Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver indicted on 3 charges (cbs6albany.com)