Taxpayers will pick up the tab for some of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price’s defense in his public corruption trial. But he will still have to pay as well.
A judge has just delayed the Dallas County corruption trial against Commissioner John Wiley Price by more than a year.
The legal clock is ticking against Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, his chief of staff Dapheny Fain, his political consultant Kathy Nealy and businessman Christian Campbell.
Federal court records unsealed Thursday show that last year the FBI seized $229,590 from a safe in Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price’s home. The cash, most of it in $100 bills and bundled in bank sacks, is alleged to be the proceeds of money laundering and bankruptcy fraud.
After only 15 months as Dallas County’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director, Lisa Chambers was fired Tuesday.
In a stunning about-face, Dallas County now acknowledges someone hacked into the computers of Commissioner John Wiley Price and his assistant, Dapheny Fain.