The Maryland political consultant convicted in the infamous robocall case is planning a big comeback.
A Baltimore jury convicts political consultant Julius Henson on one of the four charges brought against him in the Election Night robocall scandal.
Campaign consultant Julius Henson is accused of using Election Day robocalls to suppress black voter turnout. Now he’s taking the stand in his own defense.
A political aide to former Gov. Robert Ehrlich will serve one month in home detention for conspiring to use Election Day robocalls in what prosecutors cast as an effort to suppress black voter turnout.
The First Amendment doesn’t protect fraud. That’s the ruling from a Baltimore judge against the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls on behalf of Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Ehrlich.
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. used $168,000 in leftover campaign funds to pay for defense attorneys in his aide Paul Schurick’s election fraud trial.
The trial for one of the men behind the 2010 Election Night robocall ended in guilty verdicts. It’s the latest political scandal to make its way before a Maryland jury.
Guilty and facing time in prison. Jurors convict former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign manager.
A jury is deliberating in the trial against former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign manager. The jury is being asked to decide whether Paul Schurick intentionally tried to suppress African-American voter turnout when he approved a 2010 election night robocall.
Taking the stand in his own defense, the man at the center of the election day robocall scandal says he didn’t break any laws by authorizing the calls.
Election Night robocall controversy. Former Gov. Bob Ehrlich takes the stand to defend a former top aide who prosecutors say tried to suppress the vote during Ehrlich’s rematch with Gov. Martin O’Malley.
The prosecution continues to build its case against one of the men who ran former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign last year.