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24 Feb 02:06 AM

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What does "Skadden ultimately concluded that the evidence at trial supported her conviction." mean?
Does it mean "Skadden admitted that the evidence at trial proved she was guilty"???

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The filing released Saturday includes more than three dozen exhibits that prosecutors would have used at trial. The exhibits include a chart listing $4 million in payments in 2012 to Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP by a corporation in Cyprus. In all, the prominent law firm was paid $4.6 million to provide a supposedly independent analysis of Tymoshenko’s prosecution and trial.

Skadden ultimately concluded that the evidence at trial supported her conviction. The exhibits included a memo that painted a different picture of the strength of the Tymoshenko case. It said: “The evidence of criminal intent -- i.e. that she actually intended to commit a crime -- is virtually non-existent.’’ Prosecutors said Manafort was told that by Skadden’s lead partner on the project, Greg Craig, who’s since left the firm.

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