Nashville (WVLT) – A friend of former governor Don Sundquist has pleaded guilty to a federal misdemeanor charge stemming from an investigation into state contracts.
According to WTVF, CBS Nashville, Al Ganier pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of unauthorized access of a computer in interstate commerce.
WTVF reports that Ganier was supposed to go to trial next month on obstruction of justice charges for allegedly deleting emails and files related to the investigation.
According to CBS Nashville, Ganier will receive 18 months of unsupervised probation as part of the plea deal.
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