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Measuring Martha

As Martha Stewart's sentencing looms, two women who tracked her trial ponder whether the domestic diva is getting what she richly deserves.

By Mark Pothier
May 9, 2004

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Martha Stewart has long been able to stand the heat, but will she soon be dragged out of her kitchen in cuffs to serve prison time? Stewart, who was convicted in March on criminal charges related to her sale of ImClone Systems stock, is scheduled to learn her fate June 17. We asked two interested observers to render their judgments ... (Full Article: 917 Words)

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