Former 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.”
Former Gov. John G. Rowland’s state pension of nearly $53,000 a year will not be affected by his second felony conviction.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – A federal judge has agreed to postpone the sentencing of former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland until January. Rowland was convicted last week of seven counts related to his attempts to […]
The corruption trial that led to last week’s conviction of a former Connecticut governor is reverberating in the Fifth District Congressional race.
Deliberations have begun in the federal political corruption trial of former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland.
At the federal campaign finance trial of former governor John Rowland, the courtroom doors were locked, and the judge this morning instructed jurors on how they will weigh the evidence when their deliberations begin.
A jury is scheduled to hear closing arguments in the federal trial of former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, who is accused of conspiring to be paid for work on two political campaigns while disguising those payments in business deals.
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 the end of the day, a defense lawyer indicated to the judge that only one additional witness may be called, and that witness is a former Apple Rehab chief financial officer.
Autocorrect rears its head at the campaign finance trial of former governor John Rowland.