In this 2013 photo, then-Sen. Robert Ford talks to his lawyer, William Runyon, right, during a hearing before the Senate Ethics Committee.
In this 2013 photo, then-Sen. Robert Ford talks to his lawyer, William Runyon, right, during a hearing before the Senate Ethics Committee. Jeffrey Collins AP
In this 2013 photo, then-Sen. Robert Ford talks to his lawyer, William Runyon, right, during a hearing before the Senate Ethics Committee. Jeffrey Collins AP

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