No Verdict After Fourth Day of Jury Deliberations in John Wiley Price Corruption Trial

The jury in the John Wiley Price federal corruption trial has ended its fourth day of deliberations on Monday without reaching a verdict. Friday was a half day. The jury is considering bribery, mail fraud and tax evasion charges against the veteran commissioner. Price turned 67 on Monday.Jurors also are deciding the fate of Dapheny Fain, Price's chief of staff, who is accused of helping him avoid taxes and of lying to the FBI.A third co-defendant, Kathy Nealy, will be tried on bribery charges separately. Nealy is a longtime Price friend who served as his political consultant. The jury will resume its work on Tuesday morning. Here is a breakdown of the charges in the indictment.   Continue reading...

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