Defense attorneys tight-lipped as Wone conspiracy trial continues
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Defense attorneys tight-lipped as Wone conspiracy trial continues

The conspiracy trial connected to the 2006 killing of Washington lawyer Robert Wone continued today in D.C. Superior Court. Defense lawyers had little to say during their lunch break, but by the end of the day Judge Lynn Leibovitz had dismissed charges of tampering with evidence against two of the three defendants, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky. They still face charges for conspiracy and obstruction. (Matthew Gordon/The Washington Post)

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