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Shoffner case sees evidence allowed

The judge presiding over former state Treasurer Martha Shoffner’s public-corruption trial next month said Wednesday that he will permit prosecutors to present evidence they say indicates she pocketed $10,000 cash from a 2009 campaign kickoff event as well as $4,000 meant to pay for a 2010 election watch party, even though she isn’t charged in either situation.

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  • Headline: Shoffner case sees evidence allowed
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 9 on 02/20/2014
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