The Maryland political consultant convicted in the infamous robocall case is planning a big comeback.
A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a $1 million civil verdict against a political consultant responsible for illegal automated telephone calls in the 2010 Maryland governor’s race.
Maryland’s second highest court has affirmed the verdict in the election fraud trial of a campaign consultant involving Election Day robocalls that prosecutors said were aimed at keeping black voters from the polls.
The political consultant jailed for his role in the 2010 Election Night robocall scandal is released early to care for his dying mother.
Political consultant Julius Henson has been released from prison, a month earlier than expected. Sources say he was released to visit his ailing mother.
A political operative is in prison and now protesters come out to demand his release, as Julius Henson’s lawyer files a new motion in court claiming important information was withheld at sentencing.
Campaign consultant Julius Henson is in jail. Wednesday, he learned his sentence for Election Day robocalls in 2010.
The political consultant behind the 2010 Election Night robocall scandal fires back at the high-ranking politicians he says are out to get him.
One million dollars. That’s the punishment from a federal judge against the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls.
A U.S. District Court judge has ordered Julius Henson, who was convicted of conspiracy arising from robocalls aimed at keeping black voters from the polls in 2010, to pay the state of Maryland more than $1 million.
A Baltimore jury convicts political consultant Julius Henson on one of the four charges brought against him in the Election Night robocall scandal.
Jurors return to deliberations on the case of a campaign consultant accused of using Election Day robocalls to suppress black voter turnout in the 2010 gubernatorial election.