(AP) - The mayor of New Jersey's capital city says he should be allowed to remain in office until he's sentenced on corruption charges. Trenton Mayor Tony Mack filed legal papers Monday on his own behalf, arguing that the state should not be allowed to immediately oust him. Citing outstanding motions in which he seeks a new trial, Mack claims his conviction is not "guaranteed." Mack was...

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