Posted on · The jury ruled former Congressman Steve Stockman not guilty on one count of wire fraud. Judge Lee Rosenthal ordered him remanded to custody, pending his sentencing hearing in August.
Posted on · In its closing arguments, the government cast Stockman’s charitable fundraising efforts a series of lies aimed at enriching himself and paying for his political campaigns. Defense attorneys argued the conservative donors who gave to Stockman knew full well how he planned to use the money.
Posted on · Jurors are likely to begin deliberating the case of former Congressman Steve Stockman sometime this afternoon
Posted on · Former Congressman Steve Stockman did not testify. Government and defense attorneys will deliver their closing arguments on Monday.
Posted on · Former Congressman Steve Stockman faces 24 criminal counts, including multiple counts of mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering. It’s still unclear whether Stockman himself will testify.
Posted on · Posey explained how Stockman, then Posey’s boss, had him use tens of thousands of dollars in charitable contributions to pay for campaign expenses
Posted on · Thomas Dodd and Jason Posey have both pleaded guilty to aiding former Congressman Steve Stockman, their ex-employer, in a million-dollar fraud and money laundering scheme.