Page Pate argues motion to suppress in federal bribery case
Page Pate explains to the Augusta Chronicle that the search and seizure of his client’s property in a Fort Gordon bribery case was invalid. Our firm’s client, an Army Colonel who served at Fort Gordon, was indicted on conspiracy and bribery charges for the alleged solicitation of cash bribes in exchange for awarding U.S. Army contracts. Page Pate contends that the search was unlawful because it allowed officials to obtain the contents of our client’s personal email account and copy all of our client’s correspondence
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