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#UPDATE  French prosecutors said Friday they have opened a probe into alleged influence-peddling against former president Nicolas Sarkozy, adding a new legal woe for an ex-leader already mired in judicial troubles

The corruption trial of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has just ended in Paris, with judges saying there will be no verdict until March 1st 2021. This case has been active since April 2013, when Sarkozy's phone was first bugged. French justice can be very slow indeed.

The defence has demanded acquittal for former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in his corruption trial in Paris

Prosecutors calls for former French president Nicolas#Sarkozy  to be jailed for two years

#BREAKING French prosecutors seek prison term for former president Nicolas Sarkozy in graft trial

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Paris prosecutors tonight called for former French President Nicolas Sarkozy to be imprisoned for four years, with two suspended, for corruption and influence peddling. He denies the charges. Verdict later this week...Court artist has been on form throughout the trial.

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French prosecutors on Tuesday requested two years of prison and a two-year suspended sentence for former President Nicolas Sarkozy in a landmark corruption and influence-peddling trial in Paris.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy tells a Paris court that he “never committed any act of corruption, ever”

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy tells a Paris court that he “never committed any act of corruption, ever”

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy tells a Paris court that he “never committed any act of corruption, ever”

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French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy stands trial for corruption, facing up to 10 years in prison

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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy charged with 'criminal conspiracy', which he denies

#UPDATE  French prosecutors have slapped criminal conspiracy charges on former president Nicolas Sarkozy over claims he used Libyan cash for his 2007 election campaign

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Police have taken former French President Nicolas Sarkozy into custody over allegations that he received illegal campaign funding from the government of Libya’s late leader Muammar Gaddafi.

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JUST IN: Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody in investigation over campaign financing - court source

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Reuters: Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is in police custody in France over an investigation into campaign financing

French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy to stand trial in illegal campaign finance case, judicial sources say

#BREAKING Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to face trial over 2012 campaign financing: legal source

French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning over alleged influence peddling, legal sources say

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