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Corporate Executive Sentenced For Lying In John Wiley Price InvestigationHelen Tantillo was sentenced to six months in federal prison, to be followed by a three-year term of supervised release, and pay a $5,000 fine.
Dominant Victory For John Wiley PriceThe Dallas County Commissioner has yet to lose an election in 30 years.
Dallas Co. Commissioner's Race Garnering A Lot Of AttentionThe race for Dallas County Commissioner in District 3 is garnering a lot of attention, especially after two of the candidates made headlines... for the wrong reasons.
Community Weighs in On Price, Caraway BattleWith the election for the county's District 3 seat set for Tuesday, March 1, voters are talking about their view of the brawl.
New Details In Confrontation Between County Commissioner CandidatesToday there were apologies from both John Wiley Price and Dwaine Caraway after the North Texas politicians got into a heated argument and near-fight during a radio interview on Monday. The incident was caught on video.
Dallas Police Investigate Caraway, Price ScuffleA video that was released on Monday appears to show Dwaine Caraway and John Wiley Price yelling at each other. At one point, the two men had to be held back and physically restrained.
Plea Deal Could Spell Trouble For PriceProsecutors could have more ammunition in their case against Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price, after consultant Christian Campbell reached a plea deal.
Possible Plea Deal In Dallas County Corruption CaseHe wasn't a well known name, but Christian Campbell has suddenly become important to federal prosecutors who are going after Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price.
Price Gets 2nd Public-Financed LawyerTaxpayers will foot an even bigger bill for the defense of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price after a second public-financed lawyer was appointed to his legal team.
Taxpayers To Pay For Some Of Commissioner John Wiley Price's Defense BillTaxpayers 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.
Judge Grants Price's Request For Court-Appointed Defense LawyerA judge has granted Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price's request to hire a second attorney in his corruption trial.
Attorney Claims Responsibility For John Wiley Price Not Being In CourtCommissioner 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.

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