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Galleon: Tough judgment but no groundbreaker

The Galleon case didn’t break new legal ground, but it did reveal the government’s new attitude

By Artur Davis Had hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam managed to deadlock his jury, or had his defense team maneuvered to a muddled verdict of the kind that baseball’s Barry Bonds received on perjury and obstruction charges, there would have been a lot of hand-wringing in legal and editorial circles.

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