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FBI analyst faces trial for surfing law enforcement systems

A former FBI investigative analyst is set to go on trial early next month in Dallas on felony charges related to his alleged misuse of law enforcement databases. Jeffrey D. Fudge of Lancaster, Texas, faces eight counts of exceeding authorized access to a government computer and two counts of making false statements. If he is convicted on all the charges, Fudge could be imprisoned for up to 50 years or fined up to $2.5 million. Fudge, who has denied all the charges, could not be reached for comment. Attorney Kevin Lamar Kelley of the firm of Kelley and Witherspoon of Dallas represented Fudge after his Nov. 5, 2003 arrest and firing. “Once the truth has come out, Jeffrey’s name will be cleared,” Kelley said. Federal public defender Richard D. Goldman now represents Fudge. Full Story

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