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Lawyers request probation for Wilson-Foley and husband

Lisa Wilson-Foley during the 2012 campaign. (CTNJ file photo)
Lisa Wilson-Foley during the 2012 campaign. (CTNJ file photo)

HARTFORD, Conn. – Lawyers for a former congressional candidate are urging a judge to grant her probation for her role in the conspiracy that is likely to send twice-convicted former Gov. John G. Rowland back to prison.

The candidate, Lisa Wilson-Foley, faces a fine of up to $100,000 and a year in prison when she is sentenced on Jan. 13.

In a document filed in federal court Monday evening, Wilson-Foley’s lawyers argue that even though she was the candidate, “she was neither the mastermind, the leader, nor a significant participant in the arrangement.”

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