State of confusion 

State of confusion
  • Brian Chilson
  • STATE OF CONFUSION: Former state Treasurer Martha Shoffner's legal team had a plea deal worked out with federal prosecutors concering her use of campaign money for personal expenses; when Shoffner bungled the deal, Judge Leon Holmes ordered the case to trial.

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