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Opinion: Ganim's Reinstatement Shouldn't Be Based On Remorse

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph P. Ganim was convicted by a federal jury and served seven years in prison for his role in a racketeering conspiracy that extorted some $800,000 from contractors seeking to do business in the Park City. That verdict was returned in 2003. He's done his time. Now he wants his law license back. One obstacle standing in his way is his refusal to express remorse.

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