Tuesday, November 25, 2008

From the CT News Junkie blog:

Marshal Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

by Melissa Bailey | March 7, 2008 3:18 PM
Posted to Courts

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Melissa Bailey photo

While pursuing a criminal justice degree, judicial marshal Jill D’Antona (pictured) was learning another skill on the side: How to game the system by taking thousands of dollars in bribes to push business towards the city’s most prominent bail bond family.

D’Antona, a former marshal at the Elm Street courthouse, has admitted to accepting over $5,000 in bribes from the Jacobs bail bond family over the past five years. The lucrative relationship ended when one of them, after being snared in a federal corruption probe, agreed to secretly tape their transactions and turn her in.

Click here to continue reading Melissa’s report.


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