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Workman to Make Court Appearance Monday

Workman to Make Court Appearance Monday

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman is scheduled for a court appearance Monday morning.

Workman was brought to jail last night where she took a booking photo and had her fingerprints taken before being released about an hour later.

She faces two felony counts of misusing public funds. Prosecutors say she misused about 17-thousand dollars in taxpayer money to hire a bookkeeper for the nonprofit organization where her daughter works.

Meantime, the Republican mayor hired former deputy Salt Lake County District Attorney Greg Skordas to represent her yesterday. Skordas is a Democrat, and also a candidate for the Attorney General's office.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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