Feds Will Not Pursue Another John Wiley Price TrialA jury found Price not guilt of bribery and mail fraud.
Notes Reveal Jury's Thoughts During Price DeliberationFor the first time, we are learning what the jury was thinking during their eight days of deliberation before issuing a favorable ruling for Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price.
John Wiley Price Acquitted On 7 Counts Of Criminal WrongdoingToday a jury found Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price not guilty on seven counts -- including mail fraud and bribery -- and a mistrial was declared on the remaining counts.
Ex-US Rep. Stockman Indicted For Misusing DonationsA grand jury has indicted former U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman on charges he and a former aide orchestrated a scheme to misuse hundreds of thousands of dollars in charitable donations for personal and campaign expenses.
North Texas Man Gets 7 Years In Oil, Gas Investment Scam A North Texas man who ran an oil and gas investment scam has been sentenced to seven years in prison and must repay nearly $8.8 million.
Add Wife To Texas Ex-Fruitcake Bakery Controller's Case A federal grand jury has added a former Collin Street Bakery's controller's wife to an indictment that accused him of embezzling nearly $17 million from the famed Texas fruitcake bakery.
Former Fruitcake Bakery Executive IndictedA federal grand jury has indicted Collin Street Bakery's former controller for allegedly embezzling nearly $17 million from the famed Texas fruitcake company.
3 Dallas Residents Accused Of Travel Agency Payment FraudFederal prosecutors in Texas say three Dallas residents have been indicted in an investigation of nearly $280,000 in travel agency payment fraud.
Former Melissa Mayor To Plead Guilty On BribesThe former mayor of a North Texas town is expected to plead guilty to soliciting a bribe from a real estate broker on a land deal.
Gamestop Executive ConfessesThe former corporate spokesman for computer game retailer Gamestop has admitted to defrauding the company out of almost $2 million.
2 Convicted In Dallas Of Homeless Identity ScamA federal jury in Dallas has convicted two men in a $20 million telecommunications scam in which homeless people were paid for use of their identities.