Slate's Guide to the Martha Stewart Trial

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Sept. 15 2004 7:21 PM

Slate's Guide to the Martha Stewart Trial

Martha Stewart on trial
Martha on trial

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.

For background, consult this handy timeline of developments relevant to the case and this itemization of the charges in the indictment.

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. 6: Banned in Canada, June 11, 2004

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