The Providence Journal spoke to Associate Dean Andrew Horwitz about legal challenges facing Tsarnaev's widow as federal authorities continue investigation.

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Horwitz on Katherine Russell Strategy

The Providence Journal spoke to Associate Dean Andrew Horwitz about legal challenges facing Tsarnaev's widow as federal authorities continue investigation.

From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "For Russell, legal strategy will be complex: Lawyers who have worked on similar cases discuss what might be next for suspect’s widow" by Tracy Breton and Karen Lee Ziner, Journal Staff Writers

Associate Dean Andrew HorwitzMay 19, 2013: Whether or not Katherine Russell knew anything about her dead husband’s involvement in the Boston Marathon bombings, she still faces formidable legal challenges as federal authorities continue their intensive international investigation. [...]

“As a general matter, if there is any prospect of becoming a target or a subject of a federal investigation the best strategy is normally to say nothing,” said Andrew Horwitz, director of Clinical Programs and the Criminal Defense Clinic at the Roger Williams University School of Law. [...]

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