Supreme Court West Supreme Court Virginia Loughry Two Year Sentencing

West Virginia Supreme Court was sentenced to a penalty of two-year impeachment scandal behind bars.

A federal judge in Charleston, West Virginia, Allen Loughry sentenced a sentence on Wednesday. He was ordered to pay $ 12,000 in respect of fines, compensation and court costs.

Loughry is scheduled to report to the prison by April 5.

His lawyer, John Carr, told the court that Loughry agreed to surrender his legal license and not again seek a public office.

Loughry was found guilty of 11 counts at his October trial. Most related to mail fraud and wire related to state cars and fuel cards. The judge reported last month a witness imposing offenses.

Loughry repeatedly felt that he was personally benefiting from his tours when he came up in 2013.


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