The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Angela Spaccia, the former Bell assistant city administrator accused of public corruption.
LA Times Reports that Spaccia, the former second in command in the City of Bell, was found guilty on 11 out of 13 criminal charges in the 2010 municipal corruption case.
After eight days of deliberations, jurors convicted Spaccia of multiple counts of misappropriation of public funds, conflict of interest and secretion of the official record.
The jury was unable to reach a verdict on one count of misappropriating public funds and found her not guilty on one charge related to secretion of public records.
Spaccia was among eight former Bell city officials charged in the case.
WE SPOKE TO ATTORNEY LOU SHAPIRO ABOUT THE CASE...