Update: Martha Shoffner Pleads Not Guilty, Trial Set for July 29

by Mark Friedman and Lance Turner  on Thursday, Jun. 27, 2013 10:14 am  

Martha Shoffner, in this file photo from December. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

In hearing that lasted less than five minutes on Thursday, former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner pleaded not guilty to 14 federal counts of extortion and bribery.

Want the Full Article?

Get Unlimited Archive Access for $19.95 per Year

Readers must pay to access stories older than 20 days.

Purchase Now

Already have archive access? Login to view this article.

Search

Latest Arkansas Business Poll

Is the new religious objections law a good compromise?