Fife Symington's Conviction

Mark Moran from member station KJZZ reports on the overturned bank fraud convictions of former Arizona governor Fife Symington. He had been convicted in 1997 of lying to lenders when he was a real estate developer before becoming governor. The court found that there was reason to question the removal of a juror in the original trial.

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