Connecticut Law News
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Former Connecticut Governor Rowland found guilty of campaign law violations
By Richard Weizel NEW HAVEN Conn. (Reuters) - Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland violated U.S. election laws by taking under-the-table payments from a business owned by the husband of a candidate whose campaign he secretly advised, a federal jury found on Friday. Rowland, a Republican who resigned from office a decade ago after admitting to taking gifts from people who did business with ...
In 2001, when he was involved in a contentious divorce from his first wife over custody of their son, Tom Foley sought an appointment from then-Gov. John G. Rowland to a panel that examined state divorce and child custody laws.
Former Conn. Gov. John Rowland guilty of new charges
Frances Burns NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 19 (UPI) -- Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland, forced out of office a decade ago by a corruption conviction, was found guilty Friday of new charges.