Jimmy Dimora wants to appeal judge’s ruling denying him a new trial

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Former Cuyahoga County commissioner Jimmy Dimora wants to appeal a judge's ruling denying him a new trial.

Dimora is serving 28 years in prison on more than 30 corruption-related convictions.
He had hoped a Supreme Court decision narrowing the definition of corruption might earn him a new trial.

But, a judge ruled Dimora's corruption was so widespread the ruling didn't really apply to his case.

His attorney says they're disappointed with the ruling and plan to appeal.

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