Former prosecutor Jeff Siegmeister considered a flight risk

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (WCJB) – Former North Central Florida District Attorney Jeff Siegmeister faces charges of bribery, conspiracy, cable fraud and tax fraud.

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Arizona District Court Judge Camille Bibles determined that Siegmeister posed a flight risk. An investigation found that he left Florida and moved to Flagstaff Arizona to live in an RV. He left his animals, financial and personal responsibility. The judge also noted that he was trying to put his address under his brother’s name.

Bibles ordered that Victory Masters be detained and returned to the Florida Central District. The federal prosecutor accuses Siegmeister of having accepted money and property in return for changing fees and objection agreements.

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If convicted, he faces 129 years in prison.

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