Andrew Gillum ACQUITTED Of Lying To FBI. Jury DEADLOCKED On 17 Other Counts | Roland Martin
A Florida jury acquits former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum of lying to the FBI about accepting gifts from undercover agents.
The jury deadlocked on the more severe charges of conspiracy and wire fraud against Gillum and his co-defendant, Sharon Lettman-Hicks, related to the misuse of campaign funds. The 12-person jury could not reach a verdict on one count of conspiracy and 17 counts of wire fraud against both defendants.
U.S. District Judge Allen Winsor declared a mistrial on the counts that ended with no verdict reached. Assistant U.S. Attorney Gary Milligan II said the government would retry Gillum and Lettman-Hicks on the conspiracy and wire fraud charges.
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