FILE - In this June 12, 2015, file photo, Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley walks into the federal courthouse for a hearing on tax evasion charges in Tacoma, Wash.   Kelley, whose federal fraud trial last year ended with an acquittal on one count and a deadlocked jury on more than a dozen others, will be in a courtroom once again this week as prosecutors try him a second time. And this time, newly recovered emails dating to 2003 could shed light on whether he was entitled to pocket the roughly $3 million the government says he stole when he ran a real-estate services business during the height of last decade's housing boom.
FILE - In this June 12, 2015, file photo, Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley walks into the federal courthouse for a hearing on tax evasion charges in Tacoma, Wash. Kelley, whose federal fraud trial last year ended with an acquittal on one count and a deadlocked jury on more than a dozen others, will be in a courtroom once again this week as prosecutors try him a second time. And this time, newly recovered emails dating to 2003 could shed light on whether he was entitled to pocket the roughly $3 million the government says he stole when he ran a real-estate services business during the height of last decade's housing boom. Elaine Thompson, File AP Photo
FILE - In this June 12, 2015, file photo, Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley walks into the federal courthouse for a hearing on tax evasion charges in Tacoma, Wash. Kelley, whose federal fraud trial last year ended with an acquittal on one count and a deadlocked jury on more than a dozen others, will be in a courtroom once again this week as prosecutors try him a second time. And this time, newly recovered emails dating to 2003 could shed light on whether he was entitled to pocket the roughly $3 million the government says he stole when he ran a real-estate services business during the height of last decade's housing boom. Elaine Thompson, File AP Photo

Emails could provide answers at ex-state auditor's new trial

November 12, 2017 01:34 PM

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