LEXINGTON – A former magistrate and two business owners whose convictions were overturned in a federal vote-buying case plan to plead guilty. The three were among eight Clay County residents convicted in 2010. In overturning their convictions, the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that the trial judge allowed prosecutors to present evidence that was inadmissible. No date has been set for the re-arraignments.
3 Set to Plead Guilty in Kentucky Vote Fraud Case
ACRU Staff2020-05-03T23:19:31+00:00September 4th, 2013|News, Vote Fraud|