Jonathan Pinson leaves the federal courthouse in Columbia in July 2014 with his wife, Pamela, and Margaret Fox, one of his attorneys, after a federal jury found him guilty on 29 counts, including racketeering, in his public corruption trial.
Jonathan Pinson leaves the federal courthouse in Columbia in July 2014 with his wife, Pamela, and Margaret Fox, one of his attorneys, after a federal jury found him guilty on 29 counts, including racketeering, in his public corruption trial. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Jonathan Pinson leaves the federal courthouse in Columbia in July 2014 with his wife, Pamela, and Margaret Fox, one of his attorneys, after a federal jury found him guilty on 29 counts, including racketeering, in his public corruption trial. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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