State Sen. Jane Orie has been convicted in a public corruption trial that took days to argue and several days to decide.
The jury has reached a verdict in the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie. Jurors have found State Sen. Jane Orie guilty on two counts of theft of services and guilty of conspiracy, guilty of forgery and not guilty of perjury.
Jury deliberations resumed Sunday morning in the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie.
Jury deliberations ended Saturday evening in another day of the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie. The jury retired for the night around 8 p.m. They will resume deliberations Sunday.
Jury deliberations will resume at 9 a.m. Saturday in the corruption trial of State Sen. Jane Orie.
The jury began deliberations in the re-trial State Sen. Jane Orie following closing arguments, which got underway this morning.
The second corruption trial for State Sen. Jane Orie is winding down. Once again today, Orie spent most of the day on the stand as the jury prepares to decide the case by the weekend.
As prosecutors wrapped up their case in the re-trial of State Sen. Jane Orie, they recalled to the stand former chief-of-staff Jamie Pavlot, whose signature is the focus of the controversial forged documents.
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