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Sep 25, 2013

Eric Conn Pleads Guilty

     Eric Conn, the flamboyant Kentucky Social Security attorney who has been featured in Wall Street Journal articles suggesting wrongdoing, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of attempting to give money to another person to give to a political candidate. Apparently, this was an effort to avoid limits on campaign finance contributions.

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  • 6 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Not to mention the mess he made of the Charleston, W. VA. office..

    12:32 PM, September 25, 2013  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Huntington, not Charleston.

    2:17 PM, September 25, 2013  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Thank you, I knew it was somewhere in W. VA.

    3:55 PM, September 25, 2013  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The mess he allegedly made. No charges filed or pending against him. Judge Daugherty granted 99% of all cases, not just Conn's. I've said this until I'm blue in the face but no one seems to care.

    1:05 PM, September 26, 2013  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    @ 1:05

    hey Eric!

    1:48 PM, September 26, 2013  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Nice try! Not Eric; just a fellow practitioner who isn't satisfied with the evidence (or lack thereof) against him.

    2:22 PM, September 26, 2013  

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