Statehouse probe stalled while Supreme Court mulls who should control investigation

-POST & COURIER, 13 MAY 2016, FEAT. PROF. JOHN FREEMAN:

An investigation into Statehouse corruption is stuck in limbo while the state Supreme Court tries to decide whether the probe should remain in the hands of a special prosecutor fired by the attorney general who appointed him.

Many expected the high court to move swiftly to squelch the simmering feud between Attorney General Alan Wilson and 1st Circuit Solicitor David Pascoe. But seven weeks have passed since Wilson moved to dump Pascoe, and the justices haven’t uttered a peep. <Read More>