Bennett Gershman is an attorney and professor from Pace Law. While in private practice he specialized in criminal defense litigation. A former prosecutor with the Manhattan District Attorney’s office for six years, he is the author of numerous articles as well as two books on prosecutorial and judicial ethics. He served for four years with the Special State Prosecutor investigating corruption in the judicial system. He is one of the nation’s leading experts on prosecutorial misconduct.
Rebecca Roiphe and Bennett Gershman discuss the Michael Cohen tapes, the impact they had, and what lies ahead for attorney Cohen and the President.
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