Law’s Lewis Katz says depth of corruption in Dimora case is startling

Jury selection to begin in Ohio corruption case

NPR: The public corruption case of former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora began this week. Lewis Katz, John C. Hutchins Professor of law, said the amount of money involved isn’t what’s shocking about the case. “The depth of the corruption in this case, not necessarily the money, is startling, shocking, and outrageous,” he said.