Monday, July 18, 2011

AG King Briefing on Real Reasons for Pay-to-Play Conflict Allegations

In his briefing to reporters last month, Attorney General Gary King thoroughly explained the Frank Foy pay-to-play cases. Mr. Foy is represented by attorney Victor Marshall, who has made a number of allegations that the AG has conflicts of interest that should disqualify him from prosecuting these cases on behalf of the State.  AG King explains that the reason his office moved to take over parts of Marshall's cases is because the cases were languishing.  AG King also says the interests of the State come before Marshall's financial stakes in the cases.

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