Jurors In Price Trial Told 'It Wasn't Bribe Money, It Was Shoe Money'Jurors were told Wednesday that more than $100,000 in cash found in John Wiley Price's safe actually belonged to his assistant - kept under lock and key so she wouldn't go on a shoe shopping spree.
Repeated Government Mistakes Threaten Price Corruption TrialProsecutor Walt Junker timidly told Judge Barbara Lynn about the government's latest big flub - the third of its kind - moments after she'd dismissed the jury for the day.
More Government Mistakes In Price Corruption TrialProsecutor Walt Junker timidly told Judge Barbara Lynn about the government's latest big flub - the third of its kind - moments after she'd dismissed the jury for the day.
Major Mistakes Made In Commissioner Price Corruption CaseProsecutors have admitted more mistakes in its federal corruption case against Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price.
Key Testimony In Jeopardy In Price Corruption TrialProsecutors told U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn they inadvertently did not relay to the defense all of the information about the roles of former FBI Agent Don Sherman and FBI financial analyst David Garcia.
Commissioner John Wiley Price's Finances Topic In Corruption TrialThe government today turned its attention to County Commissioner John Wiley Price's finances in his federal corruption trial, calling his personal accountant to the witness stand.
Price Accused of Hiding Land Deals Reneging on Lawn Care ExpensesDebra White, a nurse, testified her then-husband, George White, entered into a verbal agreement with Price in 1999 to buy land near Dallas Baptist University, near I-35 and I-635 in Mesquite and in an area referred to in court as Fairport-Trinity.
The Unknown Jury For A North Texas Civil Rights LeaderWe don't know what their world was like before they were dropped into the jury box at the Dallas federal courthouse and told to either put down, or set free, John Wiley Price, a county commissioner and one of the most powerful black leaders in North Texas.