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Candidate says he plans to run for Maryland SenateVeteran political consultant Julius Henson pledged Wednesday to continue running for a Maryland Senate seat even though the state says that may violate the terms of his probation.
I free or in prison, the contest will go on and I plan to win this race, Henson, 64, said during an afternoon news conference in air jordan the living room of his East Baltimore home. He vowed to longtime Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden, whom he plans to challenge in the June 24 Democratic primary.
Henson is serving three years probation stemming from his conviction air jordan 18 white red in a high profile election fraud case. As part of the sentence, Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Emanuel Brown ordered that Henson not work in any political campaign paid/volunteer during probation. said he air jordan 8 viii retro wmns white varsity red learned from reporters Wednesday that he been summoned to court next week for a violation of probation hearing.
At issue is whether Henson is prohibited from running for office or only air jordan from working on another candidate campaign. Gerard Shields, a spokesman for the state prison system, said Henson probation agent alerted the court of the potential violation after learning that Henson was planning to run for state Senate. A hearing before Judge Brown is scheduled for Feb. 27.
Sheilds said the court issued the summons for Henson to appear in court. He said it was not the corrections system responsibility to alert Henson to the hearing.
Judge Brown did not respond to a request for comment.
Henson’s former attorney, Edward Smith Jr., said he is confident Henson has not violated the terms of his probation.
order is that he could not work on a campaign as a political consultant, Smith said. was nothing to say that he could air jordan 5 v raging bulldefining moments package ii black varsity not run as a candidate. That would be far too general a prohibition to make. It makes absolutely no sense. suggested there was political pressure to try to force Henson from the race. are powerful interests involved here. It stinks to high heavens, he said. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. 2010 campaign to return to office. Ehrlich lost the election to the incumbent, Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley.
The call targeted Democratic voters in Baltimore and Prince George’s County and said they could suggesting that O’Malley had won. In fact, no one knew the results because the polls were still open.
Henson served a month in jail before being released on probation. Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler brought a Air Jordan 12s civil case against him, and a federal air jordan x 10 chicago retro 2012 judge ordered Henson to pay $1 million in fines.
Ehrlich’s campaign manager, Paul Schurick, was convicted of four charges related to election fraud. He was sentenced to 30 days of home detention and 500 hours of community service but no air jordan 4 iv air force one fusion white grey red jail time.
Henson has maintained that the judge order applies to as a political consultant, not his own campaign.
comes down to the definition of is work? Henson said. have no idea why they would drag me into court. It is an attempt to criminalize this campaign. . It overreach. It an attempt and an effort to help my opponent, because he cannot win in the street. Warnken said he can understand both sides of the case, but believes Henson has the stronger argument.
would interpret that prohibition to say that implicitly, it is referring to someone else campaign, said Warnken, who is not involved in the case. the judge had wanted to prohibit him from being a candidate, he easily could have said that. I think Henson side is the stronger side. reiterated Wednesday that he is unrepentant Air Jordan 10s about his actions that election night.
was selective prosecution, he said. will not acquiesce. I not going to say, sorry, it wrong, when I know it wasn a air jordan 6 rings laser white black campaign press release, Henson said his is to give voice and strength to the people who are suffering, solve the issues surrounding East Baltimore and transform it into a economically booming, attractive and modernized place to live. Wednesday afternoon, McFadden declined to comment.