On June 23, 1994 he pleaded guilty to trying to bribe David Hale. In exchange for his bribery plea, he was sentenced to 28 months, and prosecutors dropped charges accusing him of conspiring to defraud the Small Business Administration. He also received one year of probation, a $3,000.00 fine and lost his law license. The guilty plea was part of Kenneth Starr's probe into what is known as the Whitewater investigation and report. He came into front page National news as a result of the Whitewater investigations. He was sentenced with his colleague Charles Matthews.
- CBS News, Caught In The Whitewater Net, Washington, May 19, 1998
- The NY Times, First Trial for Whitewater Prosecutor, June 20, 1994
- Obituary: http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2007-08-25-3365001399_x.htm
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