Apparently it's not what crime you commit, but where you commit the crime that matters. 

In case you missed it this morning, I highlighted the story of West New York Mayor Felix Roque, who was indicted for accepting $250,000 in bribes while in office. His attorney is now arguing that the charges have to do with Roque's private job, rather than his elected one, which should make a difference in whether he can continue attending to government duties while imprisoned.

Listen to the Youtube clip below for a recap.

What do you think of the attorney's argument? Share your opinion in the comments section below.