Kincaid-Chauncey's Corruption Conviction Upheld

LAS VEGAS (AP) - An appeals court has upheld the corruption
conviction of former Clark County commissioner Mary
Kincaid-Chauncey.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday rejected
Kincaid-Chauncey's claims that she was kept from calling witness in
her defense and that the jurors receive erroneous instructions.

Kincaid-Chauncey was found guilty in 2006 of conspiracy, wire
fraud and extortion charges in the G-sting political corruption
case.

She and other members of the commission were found to have
accepted bribes from a Las Vegas strip club owner.


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