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NEW: Cahill Aide Acquitted on Corruption Charges

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

 

Former State Treasurer Timothy Cahill

A jury has acquitted Scott Campbell, the chief of staff for former State Treasurer Timothy Cahill, on corruption charges stemming from state lottery ads that ran during Cahill's campaign for governor in 2010.

The jury, which entered its 6th day of deliberations on Tuesday, has still yet to reach a verdit on the charges against Cahill. The judge has asked them to continue deliberations after issuing their verdict on Campbell.

A grand jury indicted Cahill, a GoLocalWorcester MINDSETTER™, in April following an investigation involving taxpayer-funded state lottery advertisements that his office produced while he was running for Governor. 

Cahill will be on leave from his weekly column at GoLocalWorcester for the duration of his trial.

 

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