Probation Violation: Robocall Conspirator Julius Henson Sentenced 4 Months For Filing For Senate Seat
Julius Henson, who was convicted in a case involving robocalls on Election Day in 2010, violated his probation when filing for candidacy for the Maryland Senate. He was sentenced Thursday to four months, pending appeal.
Julius Henson, who was convicted in a case involving robocalls on Election Day in 2010, says he is running for the General Assembly.
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.
The punishment for the man behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocalls draws criticism from a surprising source. One of Julius Henson’s political enemies cries foul, saying what’s happening to Henson isn’t fair.
Campaign consultant Julius Henson is in jail. Wednesday, he learned his sentence for Election Day robocalls in 2010.
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.
The man on trial for the now infamous 2010 Election Night robocall tells WJZ he will testify in his own defense.
He was hired to help Bob Ehrlich win his campaign for governor. Now political consultant Julius Henson faces trial for his role in those controversial Election Night robocalls.
Jury selection is underway in the case against one of the two men behind the infamous election night robocalls of 2010. Political consultant Julius Henson faces charges that those calls broke election laws.
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 trial is underway for a second man accused of using robocalls to suppress voter turnout on election night 2010.