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This list consists of American politicians convicted of crimes either committed or prosecuted ... not have been illegal in nature), or politicians who have only been arrested ... with the most recent, many of the crimes have little or no connection to who is President. .... Congressmen convicted in the Abramoff scandal include:.


Nov 19, 2013 ... Sixty-eight members of Congress have been convicted of crimes while in ... would have made the 1970s and 1980s bars much, much higher.


Jan 23, 2014 ... 20 notable politicians convicted of crimes since 2000 ... of 20 other notable politicians who have been arrested, indicted or convicted since 2000. ... The former congressman was sentenced to four years in prison on October ...


DOES YOUR CONGRESSPERSON HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD? ... charges have / had been made, though the representative was not necessarily convicted.


Jan 11, 2000 ... I have been forwarded an email that gives a few statistics on the United States Congress Members. ... of crime -- since Congress seems to be causing so much crime," said Dasbach. ... [rights of the accused vs. the convicted] ...


Jan 11, 2017 ... He's chosen people who have been pretty scandal-free. ... Not one criminal indictment for anyone in the Obama administration over the ... This lets many other scandal-ridden administrations off the ... of Congress and private individuals) who may have also been swept up and indicted for the same scandal .


Nov 17, 2008 ... Q: Can a convicted felon serve in elected office? ... and members of the Senate must have been a U.S. citizen for at least nine years. ... As a result, according to the Congressional Research Service, committing a crime cannot ...


Apr 22, 2009 ... Q: Have 84 members of Congress been arrested for drunk driving in .... He called his series "Congress: America's Criminal Class," and much of ...



Sep 18, 2014 ... List details crimes and disturbing backgrounds associated with members of ... 29 members of Congress have been accused of spousal abuse, ... the fact that many of the charges made in the article would have been extremely ...