A federal judge today ruled that former governor John Rowland can remain free on bond, while he appeals his criminal conviction.
When former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland is sentenced for a second time, federal prosecutors are expected to urge a judge to impose a nearly four-year prison term that they said in court documents would “finally and fully” address Rowland’s “troubling personal history.”
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A group of employees at U.S. District Court in New Haven has chipped in and bought an American flag when the federal government took too long to replace a tattered banner. The […]
KENT, Conn. (AP) _ The leader of the Schaghticoke (SKAT’-ih-kohk) Tribal Nation in Kent says he’s unsure what legal actions can be taken following a federal court order concluding the tribe doesn’t have legal standing […]
A man who worked for a defense contractor in Connecticut has been charged with attempting to travel to China with stolen documents on the development of advanced titanium for U.S. military aircraft.
A 21-year-old Bridgeport man has pleaded guilty to a federal charge in a drug-related homicide that occurred two years ago.
John Rowland’s defense team today is trying to establish that the former governor did real consulting work at a nursing home company, and therefore was not illegally paid for secret work on a congressional campaign.
At John Rowland’s campaign finance trial prosecutors are trying to chip away at the former governor’s explanation of allegedly illegal payments.
A key federal witness, nursing home magnate Brian Foley, continued his testimony Monday at the campaign finance trial of former Governor John Rowland.
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