Federal Appeals Court: Prosecutors can use 28-minute video in Dennis Bradley conspiracy case

Dennis Bradley is facing conspiracy and wire fraud charges.

John Craven and Robyn Karashik

Jun 18, 2024, 4:40 PM

Updated 34 days ago


A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that prosecutors can use extra video evidence in the case against Dennis Bradley.
It’s a legal defeat for the former Bridgeport state senator who is accused of conspiracy and wire fraud charges.
Bradley is accused of collecting donations at a campaign launch party in 2018.
His case has been on hold for two years while the appeals court decided if prosecutors could use 28 minutes of video footage obtained just days before the trial.
The ruling can be found below:

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