Dimora Attorneys Fighting Against Release of Trial Exhibits, Evidence (Updated)


Update II: Set your alarm clocks, friends. 9:30 a.m. sharp tomorrow morning is when the Fed's evidence against Dimora will be released, including the super-scandalous D-cup pictures from the trip to Las Vegas where Jimmy got a talkative hooker and complained about it.

We're seriously excited.


Update: Some of the Fed's evidence against Jimmy Dimora will be made public. Sadly, it doesn't look like a sex tape is on the list.

Judge Lioi ruled that photos of Dimora's backyard — including his pool, which was the "love of his life" — can be shown, as well as some snaps from the famous Dimora Gone Wild weekend in Vegas. One change: the hooker's license plate and address will be blurred.

Via 19 Action News:

Dimora has opposed several of the Government's exhibits, saying the evidence poses a risk for jury taint in his second corruption trial set for October.

Jury taint is the worst kind of taint.

Dimora fought the release of the Las Vegas pictures saying, the "salacious nature of these photographs will be exploited by the media."

Scout's honor, pinky swear, we absolutely promise: we will exploit the salacious nature of the photographs. You have our word.


There are reams of wiretap conversations, photos of Dimora and teammates on the Cuyahoga County Corruption All Stars at a pool in Las Vegas, and more, all used as evidence during Big Jimmy's first trial.

A second one awaits.

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Vince Grzegorek

Vince Grzegorek has been with Scene since 2007 and editor-in-chief since 2012. He previously worked at Discount Drug Mart and Texas Roadhouse.
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