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Topic - Tiffany T. Alston
A judge has sentenced former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold to 30 days in jail.
The decision whether to eat at Chick-fil-A has become a hot-button issue since the fast food company's president opened up about his support for traditional marriage, but one local politician says she's not making a political statement by welcoming the company with open arms.
Delegate Tiffany T. Alston could be removed from office because she was convicted Tuesday of charges of using $800 in state funds to pay an employee at her law firm.
A Maryland jury could decide as soon as Tuesday whether to convict Delegate Tiffany T. Alston on charges that she used $800 in state funds to pay a former employee for work performed for her law firm.
The woman whom Delegate Tiffany T. Alston is accused of paying illegally with state funds testified Wednesday that she received the money for legitimate work as a legislative clerk and not for work at the delegate's law firm as prosecutors claim.
Maryland prosecutors announced additional charges Thursday against Delegate Tiffany T. Alston, alleging that she used state funds to pay an employee at her law firm.
Maryland Delegate Tiffany T. Alston, Prince George's Democrat, returned to Annapolis on Monday for the first General Assembly since being indicted for using campaign funds to cover wedding expenses.
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Court dates are set for a state delegate from Prince George's County accused of stealing campaign money to pay for her wedding and the salary of an attorney at her law firm, according to the office of the state prosecutor.
When the Maryland Senate voted last month with little debate to legalize same-sex marriage, the issue went from one never strongly considered in the General Assembly to one whose time appeared to have arrived.
James Goff, administrator of fiscal operations for the state Department of Legislative Services, testified last week that state records showed Ms. Alston had no officially designated district office at the time.
In a written statement, Ms. Alston has denied all criminal wrongdoing.