Robert Braddock, the campaign finance director for former Democratic Congressional candidate Chris Donovan, was found guilty Tuesday on all three counts by a federal jury in a campaign corruption scandal.
The deliberations were brief – about two hours – before the jury rendered its verdict. Braddock now faces up to 12 years in prison and fines as high as $750,000 when he is sentenced in federal court in New Haven in August.
Braddock, a 34-year-old former Marine who was virtually unknown in Connecticut until his arrest, never testified in his own behalf at the trial. His lawyer also did not offer any defense witnesses.
The latest details from veteran Courant reporter Dave Altimari at the courthouse in New Haven are at www.courant.com