Slate is running a series of dispatches by former securities analyst Henry Blodget about the legal proceedings underway against Martha Stewart. Here is a compilation of our coverage to date.
Read Blodget's full-disclosure statement about his potential conflicts of interest in covering the Martha Stewart trial.
Current Series: The Postgame
Dispatch No. 1: Martha's Apology, March 17, 2004
Dispatch No. 2: "The Big Guy" Strikes Back, April 1, 2004
Dispatch No. 3: Stewart Lied, Hartridge "Erred," April 13, 2004
Disaptch No. 4: The Short Happy Life of Chappell Hartridge, April 15, 2004
Dispatch No. 5: The National Ink Expert Joins Martha and Peter in the Stockade, May 24, 2004
Dispatch No. 6: Banned in Canada, June 11, 2004
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