Judge Hears Arguments In Malloy Mailings DisputeA Connecticut judge has heard arguments in a dispute over whether the state Democratic Party illegally spent money on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election campaign last year.
Hearing On Democratic Party Spending On Malloy PostponedA Connecticut judge has postponed a hearing on whether state election regulators can subpoena records from the state Democratic Party in a dispute over whether the party illegally spent money on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election campaign last year.
Rowland To Remain Free Pending AppealsA federal judge today ruled that former governor John Rowland can remain free on bond, while he appeals his criminal conviction.
Rowland To Be Denied Evidence Hearing, Sentencing Date To Be SetA federal judge has told attorneys involved in the case that she will deny former governor John Rowland's request for a hearing on issues related to the sharing of evidence.
Rowland Attorneys Say They Are Asking For A New TrialLawyers for former Governor John Rowland today filed paperwork saying they will ask for a new trial in his campaign finance case.
Mixed Verdict In Newton Campaign Finance CaseA Hartford Superior Court jury convicted former state senator Ernie Newton on three of the criminal counts against him.
Partial Schedule Set In Rowland Arguments Before SentencingIt will take at least the rest of the month to resolve legal issues that delayed former governor John Rowland's sentencing.
Prosecutors Defend Motives For Prosecuting Rowland CaseFederal prosecutors are defending their motives for prosecuting the conspiracy case against former Gov. John Rowland and former Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley.
Rowland Sentencing DelayedSentencing has been delayed for former governor John Rowland.
Government Recommends Prison For Wilson-FoleyFederal prosecutors are recommending a 10-month prison sentence for a Republican former congressional candidate convicted in a scheme to hide consulting payments to ex-Gov. John Rowland.
Feds Urge Rowland Sentence Of More Than 3 YearsFormer Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland should spend more than three years in prison for scheming to hide payment for work on congressional political campaigns, federal prosecutors say, arguing the twice-convicted felon has demonstrated a "troubling disrespect for the law."
Nearly $17M In Outside Cash Spent On Governor RaceWith outside groups spending nearly $17 million on Connecticut's tight governor's race, state lawmakers are considering what can be done to reduce the influence of third party money on future state campaigns.