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Siegelman was indicted in 2005 and convicted in 2006 on bribery charges along with HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy. prosecutors said that Scrushy paid $500,000 into Siegelman's campaign to start a state lottery in exchange for a seat on a state ...
In 2006 he was convicted of bribery and mail fraud, for appointing Richard Scrushy to a non paying position on the state hospital regulatory board, a position which Scrushy had served for 3 terms under previous Republican administrations.
A federal jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman on charges that he sold a seat on a state regulatory board to HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's signature political issue - his 1999 campaign to ...
That's what he did to Richard Scrushy. You can have a strong career in politics like that, but sooner or later that sort of behavior catches up to you.
A federal jury found Siegelman guilty of giving HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy (who also served prison time) a seat on a state regulatory board in exchange for a $500,000 donation to his unsuccessful state lottery campaign, and of hiding money he ...
A federal jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman on charges that he sold a seat on a state regulatory board to HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's signature political issue - his 1999 campaign to ...
During the 1999 lottery campaign, then-HeathSouth CEO Richard Scrushy donated a total of $500,000 to the campaign. After the donation, Siegelman appointed Scrushy to the Certificate of Need (CON) board, overseeing hospital improvements and ...
During the 1999 lottery campaign, then-HeathSouth CEO Richard Scrushy donated a total of $500,000 to the campaign. After the donation, Siegelman appointed Scrushy to the Certificate of Need (CON) board, overseeing hospital improvements and ...
Siegelman was indicted in 2005 and both were convicted in 2006 on bribery charges along with HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy. prosecutors said that Scrushy paid $500,000 into Siegelman's campaign to start a state lottery in exchange for a seat on a ...
Siegelman was convicted of felony corruption charges in 2006 and sentenced to seven years in prison for appointing HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy to a board position in state government after Scrushy donated $500,000 to a fund Siegelman had ...
A jury found he and Richard Scrushy, founder of HealthSouth, guilty of some of those charges, after prosecutors argued that Siegelman sought and Scrushy gave a $500,000 donation to the then-governor's campaign for a lottery in Alabama.
Siegelman, 69, was convicted in 2006 of charges related to selling a seat on a state health regulatory board to Richard Scrushy in exchange for a donation from the former HealthSouth CEO to the governor's statewide lottery campaign. The former governor ...
It wasn't that long ago in Hollywood that casting a generic American president was as easy as flipping through a binder full of square-jawed, clean-shaven, tall American men.
A federal jury convicted Siegelman and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy on charges that Siegelman solicited a $500,000 contribution to his 1999 state lottery campaign in exchange for a seat on the state's Certificate of Need (CON) board, which ...
Former governor, Don Siegelman, was convicted in 2006 of charges related to selling a seat on a state health regulatory board to Richard Scrushy in exchange for a donation. He will remain behind bars until August of this year. Former Birmingham mayor ...
Don Siegelman was convicted in 2006 of charges related to selling a seat on a state health regulatory board to Richard Scrushy in exchange for a donation from the former HealthSouth CEO to the governor's statewide lottery campaign. Siegelman, 69, was ...
Years ago, when I covered the HealthSouth accounting fraud trial of Richard Scrushy, I watched as defense lawyer Jim Parkman grilled one of the former CFOs, Aaron Beam, about a practice at the company called "aggressive accounting.
The charge that brought Siegelman down involved former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, who was appointed by Siegelman to a non-paying role on the state hospital regulatory board.
A federal jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman on charges that he sold a seat on a state regulatory board to HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's signature political issue, his 1999 campaign to establish ...
A federal jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman on charges that he sold a seat on a state regulatory board to HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's signature political issue, his 1999 campaign to establish ...
A federal jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman on charges that he sold a seat on a state regulatory board to HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's signature political issue, his 1999 campaign to establish ...
He knew of HealthSouth's problems: in 2003, the company's founder and CEO Richard Scrushy had been fired after regulators had charged him with sweeping accounting fraud.
At the time, prosecutors claimed that he had "sold" a state regulatory position to former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy in exchange for a $500,000 campaign contribution. He and his family have since waged an aggressive pushback campaign, aiming at a ...
Rehabilitation-hospital operator HealthSouth Corp. unveiled transition plans for its leadership Thursday, saying CEO Jay Grinney would step down at the end of the year and be replaced by company veteran and current Operating Chief Mark Tarr.
In 2003, Waggoner left HealthSouth, where he had worked as CEO Richard Scrushy's vice president of external affairs, and started a consulting business, Birmingham business consultants, L.L.
Siegelman and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy were both convicted on corruption charges that trace back to Siegelman's failed attempt to pass a state lottery amendment in 1999.
... his girlfriend and to cover personal expenses like alimony, past due taxes and credit card bills. Watkins is a prominent attorney and former Alabama State University board member who represented Richard Scrushy and successfully defended him in 2003.
Feds: Attorney Donald Watkins bilked millions from NFL, NBA players. Watkins company files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure. Attorney Donald Watkins arrives for the closing arguments for the Richard Scrushy trial at the Hugo Black Federal Courthouse ...
The lawsuit claims that Birmingham-based MedPartners, Inc., a physician practice management company once led by former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, lied to its shareholders about how much the company could pay to settle securities-fraud ...
The lawsuit claimed MedPartners, a physician practice management company once led by former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, lied to its shareholders about how much the company could pay to settle securities fraud lawsuits in 1999, as we've ...
A Jefferson County judge on Monday gave final approval to a $310 million settlement of a lawsuit that claims MedPartners, a health care company once led by former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, lied to more than 20,000 stockholders about how much ...
In addition to Siegelman's convictions, the jury found former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy guilty of participating in "a bribery scheme," which saw Scrushy paying Siegelman $500,000 to obtain a seat on a state regulatory board that governed ...
Among the CEOs I had asked to give or raise money to pass the lottery referendum was HealthSouth's Richard Scrushy. HealthSouth ended up raising $250,000.
In 2006, a federal jury convicted Siegelman of federal funds bribery on allegations that he sold a seat on a hospital regulatory board to former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's unsuccessful 1999 ...
Among the CEOs I had asked to give or raise money to pass the lottery referendum was HealthSouth's Richard Scrushy. HealthSouth ended up raising $250,000.
Siegelman's statement covers the events sounding the defeat of his lottery proposal - the donation of $250,000 from HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy towards the lottery campaign; Scrushy's eventual appointment to the state healthcare authority; and ...
Among the CEO's I had asked to give or raise money to pass the lottery referendum was HealthSouth's Richard Scrushy. HealthSouth ended up raising $250,000. I asked CEO Mr. Scrushy, to rejoin a nonpaying board to which he had been appointed by three ...
Among the CEO's I had asked to give or raise money to pass the lottery referendum was HealthSouth's Richard Scrushy. HealthSouth ended up raising $250,000. I asked CEO Mr. Scrushy, to rejoin a nonpaying board to which he had been appointed by three ...
The check came from former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, who was appointed to the Alabama Certificates of Need Board, which had oversight over HealthSouth.
Siegelman was convicted by a federal court in 2006, "after being accused of appointing former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy to a health planning board in return for a $500,000 donation to the governor's campaign for a statewide lottery.".
The check came from former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, who was appointed to the Alabama Certificates of Need Board, which had oversight over HealthSouth.
Siegelman was convicted by a federal court in 2006, "after being accused of appointing former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy to a health planning board in return for a $500,000 donation to the governor's campaign for a statewide lottery.".
In 2014, Bob McDonnell, a former Virginia governor, was convicted in federal court on bribery charges. Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court freed McDonnell, noting that prosecutors were too vague in defining the difference between a bribe and a politician ...
... Joseph Siegelman noted that the Virginia governor personally benefited to the tune of $175,000 while his father did not receive any personal benefits from ex-HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy donating $500,000 to a Siegelman-backed fund that aimed to ...
Those actions included re-appointing then-head of HealthSouth Richard Scrushy to a seat on the state's Certificate of Need board.
It's hard to see a giant difference between Richard Scrushy and Bob Riley, except Riley pulled strings to make sure Hubbard was personally enriched.
A Jefferson County judge has given preliminary approval to a $310 million settlement of a lawsuit that claims MedPartners, a health care company once led by former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, lied to investors about how much the company could ...
Don Siegelman was sentenced to prison for offering an appointment to HealthSouth executive Richard Scrushy for help in funding his state lottery campaign but was prosecuted under federal law after he had left office.
The name of Richard Scrushy, the former HealthSouth mogul who was sent to prison on bribery charges, was removed from everything from a road in Fairfield and a ballfield at Birmingham Southern to football facilities at Troy State and an entire campus ...
Don Siegelman, a Democrat, and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy on bribery charges, and by a 2007 indictment of former Secretary of State Nancy Worley, another Democrat, on charges of soliciting staff support in her re-election campaign, and a ...


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