The Commission found probable cause to believe former Tallahassee Mayor ANDREW GILLUM accepted things of value based on an understanding his official action would be influenced and when he knew or should have known they were given to influence action in which he was expected to participate. Probable cause also was found to believe he misused his position to accept things of value for himself and others in return for access and influence. The Commission found probable cause to believe he accepted gifts with a value of more than
$100 from a lobbyist or vendor of the city and/or he failed to report gifts. However, no probable cause was found to believe he solicited any gifts from a lobbyist or vendor of the city.
Once dirty always dirty
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