Sneed hears rumbles Cardinal Blase Cupich is quietly testing the waters to raise money to repair the cardinal’s mansion.
Federal investigators have “asked irrelevant and highly invasive questions” about Schock’s sexual orientation and relationships, his lawyers say.
Shock asserts that last year’s indictment violates the Constitution by improperly intruding into how a member of Congress spends campaign funds.
Prosecutors accuse former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock of seeking “to manufacture claims of governmental misconduct” to escape prosecution.
Prosecutors intend to use some of the recording at Schock’s criminal trial, the defense lawyers say.
A federal judge is being asked to rule on how former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock spends remaining campaign money as he awaits trial.
The 35-year-old Republican from Peoria is accused of misusing government and campaign money for personal use and faces 24 criminal counts.
Former Illinois U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, once a rising star in the Republican Party, has pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges.
The 35-year-old former congressman is accused of using government and campaign money to subsidize a lavish lifestyle.
U.S. District Judge Sue E. Myerscough on Wednesday rescheduled Schock’s arraignment to Dec. 12.
Aaron Schock’s attorney, George Terwilliger, calls the charges a “misuse” of prosecutorial power by the Justice Department.
Former Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Ill., has agreed to pay a $10,000 civil penalty for seeking a campaign donation in 2012 above the $5,000 federal limit.
Schock was in the chamber for the address India Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered to a joint session of Congress.
Ex-U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert, the longest-serving GOP speaker, might on Wednesday become the first House Speaker sentenced to federal prison.