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Old January 21st, 2013
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Default Louisiana: Red Light Camera Adjudicator Guilty of Taking Bribes

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Assistant district attorney in Lafayette, Louisiana pleads guilty to taking bribes in DUI cases.

"An assistant district attorney in Lafayette, Louisiana who served as an adjudicator for red light camera cases pleaded guilty to bribery charges on Thursday. Greg Williams, 44, admitted before a federal judge that he allowed individuals accused of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) to escape misdemeanor and felony convictions on behalf of a co-conspirator who has not yet been charged. The unnamed individual, in turn, provided gifts and cash to Williams and Williams' secretary, Denease Curry, along with others in the district attorney's office."
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Old January 21st, 2013
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Read the full article at http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/40/4004.asp

Assistant district attorney in Lafayette, Louisiana pleads guilty to taking bribes in DUI cases.

"An assistant district attorney in Lafayette, Louisiana who served as an adjudicator for red light camera cases pleaded guilty to bribery charges on Thursday. Greg Williams, 44, admitted before a federal judge that he allowed individuals accused of driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) to escape misdemeanor and felony convictions on behalf of a co-conspirator who has not yet been charged. The unnamed individual, in turn, provided gifts and cash to Williams and Williams' secretary, Denease Curry, along with others in the district attorney's office."
Everyone knows this is wrong..
You have to get a full fledged attorney to give money to the Judge..
I hope they throw the book at him..
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