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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 granted Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price’s request to hire a second attorney in his corruption trial.
Commissioner John Wiley Price’s attorney says it’s his fault his client was a no-show at federal court on Tuesday. So if Mr. Price still wants the judge to have taxpayers pay for part of his defense in his bribery and tax evasion case, he will have to go to court next week.
Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price is asking taxpayers to foot the bill for his legal defense. But he was a no-show at a hearing in federal court on Tuesday morning.
Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was blunt. He said Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital originally sent Thomas Duncan home three days before he was diagnosed with Ebola because he’s African-American and uninsured.
Problems piling up for Dallas’ police patrol cars. Now, the CBS 11 I-team has uncovered, the company that was hired to update the computers inside those city cars can be tied back to indicted County Commissioner John Wiley Price.
A federal judge has denied a request for a court-appointed attorney by longtime Dallas County commissioner, John Wiley Price, who is accused of accepting nearly $1 million in bribes.
An effort to temporarily suspend embattled Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, with pay, failed on Tuesday. Price sat expressionless as Mike Cantrell’s motion failed.
A judge has just delayed the Dallas County corruption trial against Commissioner John Wiley Price by more than a year.
The power struggle at Dallas County Commissioners Court ended with a whimper on Tuesday, with only one city leader behind a plan to suspend John Wiley Price.
Dallas County will have tighter purchasing rules based on a 2009 consultant’s report and nearly a month after John Wiley Price was indicted on public corruption charges.
As the Dallas County Commissioners Court convened for the first time since Commissioner John Wiley Price and three others were arrested and charged in a federal corruption probe, it was business as usual.