All the information Jimmy Dimora didn't want you to see from his public corruption trial is about to be released.
A federal judge ordered the government to hand over exhibits presented at trial including wiretaps of Dimora's phone conversations. The government has two weeks to redact any sensitive personal information.
Dimora is serving 28 years in prison on racketeering and corruption charges. He opposed the release, saying it would violate privacy rights and adversely affect his petition for a commuted sentence.