John Edwards Won't Be Retried on Campaign Finance Charges

The Justice Department has dropped its case against John Edwards and will not retry the former presidential candidate on charges that he used nearly $1 million in campaign funds to hide his mistress and love child during his 2008 bid for the White House. Edwards last month was found "not guilty" on one count of violating campaign finance rules by a North Carolina jury. On five other counts the jury was deadlocked and a federal judge declared a mistrial, opening the door to another...Full Story
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