Judge To Keep Some Schock Documents Sealed

(Urbana, IL)  —  A federal judge isn’t going to give the public a closer look at the evidence in Aaron Schock’s corruption trial.  The judge yesterday ordered documents in the former congressman’s corruption case sealed.  The first judge in the case offered a glimpse at some of the evidence during a long battle over court records and subpoenas.  Schock is facing fraud charges and a July trial after prosecutors say he lied about campaign and government spending.

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