Attorneys for a prominent Florida eye doctor charged with corruption along with New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez attacked federal prosecutors' contention that their client defrauded Medicare by using single-use vials of a costly drug on multiple patients.
New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez renewed his attack on federal corruption charges against him in a court filing Monday, claiming that a federal judge's ruling misinterpreted the laws governing the conduct of elected officials.
State Senator Bob Menendez is trying to stop last minute changes to the federal transportation funding bill that he says would cost New Jersey $50 million a year. The motion he opposes would reallocate $1.6 billion to expand bus routes in rural areas of the country.
Attorneys for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez argued in court Thursday that the corruption case against him should be dismissed because the grand jury that indicted him was biased, prosecutors used hearsay evidence and salacious material was presented to inflame jurors.