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Former Portage Mayor James Snyder appeals 2nd bribery conviction; says most recent trial wasn’t fair

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This time around, Snyder, 43, a Republican who served as Portage’s mayor from January 2012 through his first conviction, is asking for an acquittal because prosecutors “left an evidentiary void at the heart of the case” and is asking for another trial because “the retrial in this matter did not meet the fundamental requirement of fairness,” according to court documents filed Monday.

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