Judge DeLaughter’s Motion Barrage, Part Four: a bill of particulars, and make time for motions

Judge DeLaughter filed a motion for a bill of particulars– it’s here – that complements his motions to dismiss. He is saying in effect “make the Government tell me what this stuff in the indictment means:”

What is the thing of value the judge supposedly accepted?
What part of the judge’s orders “are not based upon sound legal prinviples or otherwise erroneous.”
What part of the Mississippi Constitution, state laws, code of judicial conduct imposed on the judge “a duty of fair and honest services”?
Some of what he seeks is about discovery:

Who are the other co-conspirators?
What were the substantive issues DeLaughter denied discussing with Peters?

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3/26/9