The Fifth District Court of Appeals issued their Opinion upholding the ruling of Circuit Judge Marlene Alva from March 9, 2018, ordering a new trial for Mitchell Needelman on all charged counts.
BlueWare Inc. CEO Rose Harr was sentenced to three years in prison after being found guilty of conspiracy to commit bribery and bid tampering. In one of Brevard County’s most notorious public corruption cases in history, Harr was found guilty last September. Circuit Judge Marlene Alva pronounced sentenced on Harr on Wednesday, who could have faced up to 30 years in prison.
In one of Brevard County’s most notorious public corruption cases in history, BlueWare Inc. CEO Rose Harr was found guilty Wednesday of conspiracy to commit bribery and bid tampering – and now faces up to 30 years in prison.
Former BlueWare executive William Dupree was sentenced by 18th Judicial Circuit Judge Marlene Alva to 26 months in state prison in connection with the Mitch Needelman corruption case.