According to a courthouse observer,
I came to court late, but I heard his [Commissioner Eric Haynes] attorney in the middle of claiming his financial woes, work is slow, his house was in foreclosure, yada yada. That was in front of the general magistrate Francios.
But, in front of judge Cohen, when she started that bull the State’s representative told the judge that there was probable cause for the subpoena’s that Mr. Haynes had given false information about his income and the sources. He said he could start with his twitter account where Mr. Haynes indicated he was recently awarded several contracts to the tune of 2.5 million, I believe one was 5 million.
Judge told the state to correct the subpoena’s by addressing them individually to the businesses.
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