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The feds had an open-and-shut bribery case against 2 brothers. Then it unraveled

October 17, 2016, Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times highlights the role of Dan Shallman and Aaron Lewis in helping unravel a bribery case against two brothers who allegedly tried to buy the support of a Huntington Park city council member for higher towing fees. In what Dan Shallman called a “huge vindication,” the court sentenced one of the brothers with probation.  

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