Hubbard, ex-banking panel fixture to plead guilty of campaign felony

April 1994
American Banker;4/6/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 65, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on Representative Carroll Hubbard's agreement to plead guilty to felony charges of election law violations. Named in a criminal information that charged him with conspiracy, theft of government property and obstruction of justice; Hubbard's role in the banking industry; Undercover work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).


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