Convicted Ex-Fla. Rep. Granted Curfew To Work News Job

By Kyle Jahner (March 9, 2017, 3:06 PM EST) -- A federal judge has granted a former Florida lawmaker's uncontested request to convert a 180-day home detention to curfew confinement to allow him to work at a newspaper job as he serves his sentence for misusing campaign funds and failing to file income taxes.

U.S. District Judge Henry Lee Adams Jr. on Tuesday granted Reginald Fullwood's pro se motion, saying that his new associate editor job with a local newspaper, the Jacksonville Free Press, may require him to travel within the state and work flexible hours. The government did not object to the change sought by the former Florida House of...

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