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Federal prosecutors are seeking full payment of a court-imposed fine from former Prince George's County lawmaker Leslie Johnson before she begins her prison term, just as they did in husband Jack Johnson's related case.
A Prince George's County delegate is proposing a constitutional amendment to close a loophole that allows elected officials convicted of felonies to remain in office until their sentencing.
Former Prince George's County Councilwoman Leslie E. Johnson, who followed her husband's ambitions into politics last year, will now follow in his footsteps to prison.
Former Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson, the face of a wide-ranging federal corruption probe that has netted business owners, developers and government employees, was sentenced Tuesday to more than seven years in prison for accepting up to $1 million in bribes while in office.
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Several Prince George's County leaders are expected to endorse Derrick Leon Davis in the race to replace former County Council member Leslie Johnson, a Davis spokesman said Monday.
A Prince George's man who lost to County Council member Leslie Johnson in last year's Democratic primary announced Thursday he will run for her soon-to-be-vacated seat.
Prince George's Council member Leslie E. Johnson returned to work Monday, three days after she relinquished her county-issued vehicle, phone and computer in accordance with sanctions levied last week by her colleagues.
Prince George's County Council member Leslie E. Johnson's refusal to resign after a pair of felony convictions could become a major distraction in coming months and slow the learning process for her eventual successor, colleagues say.
Prince George's County Council member Leslie E. Johnson pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that she flushed a $100,000 check down a toilet and hid tens of thousands of dollars in her bra to keep the money from federal investigators closing in on her husband, former County Executive Jack B. Johnson.
A plea hearing has been scheduled in the case against Prince George's County Councilwoman Leslie Johnson, federal prosecutors said Friday.
Prince George's County officials have released a report suggesting several changes to help the county shake its longtime ethics woes.
Leslie Johnson initially said she would stay in office until her sentencing late last year, but was pressured into resigning at the end of July.
She initially said she would keep her council seat until sentencing, which was her right, but she was pressured into resigning at the end of July.