Senator Katrina Robinson Trial Moves Forward After 15 Acquittals

A Federal Judge Has Acquitted Tennessee State Senator Katrina Robinson Of Fifteen Out Of Her Twenty Charges. Robinson Is Facing Charges Of Embezzlement, Theft, And Fraud After Prosecutors Accused Her Of Mishandling Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In Grant Funding.

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Proposed Legislation To Provide Financial Benefits For Tennessee Health Care Workers

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Considering Ways To Provide Financial Incentives For Nurses And Health Care Staff To Stay In The Profession After Medical Staff Shortages Highlighted By The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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New Federal Fraud, Money Laundering Charges Against Tennessee State Senator

If Convicted, Robinson And Her Co-Defendants Each Face Up To 20 Years In Federal Prison Followed By Three Years Of Supervised Release.

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TN State Senator Robinson’s Trial On Federal Wire Fraud, Embezzlement Charges Set For Fall 2021

Tennessee state Sen. Katrina Robinson’s trial on federal charges of 48 counts of wire fraud and embezzlement has been scheduled for September 2021 after Robinson and her attorneys appeared before a federal judge Friday to discuss a timeline of court proceedings.

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