Prosecutor 'Can't Wait' To Try Corruption Case Against Former State Rep.

A former state rep will soon go on trial for corruption, and the man who will prosecute him can't wait.  

That's what special prosecutor David Pascoe told a judge yesterday in a hearing ahead of Jim Harrison's October trial.  Pascoe says he'll prove Harrison was getting 80-thousand dollars a year from a consulting firm in exchange for pushing legislation the firm wanted.  

The attorney for the former chair of the Judiciary Committee, though, asked the judge to dismiss the charges, and the judge said she'll consider the request.    

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