Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney Kevin Kulik’s Client Mitchell Kraft Found Not Guilty in Bribery Case
It took a Broward jury less than two hours on Tuesday to find Mitchell Kraft not guilty of trying to use his wife’s position on the Broward School Board to benefit a pair of corrupt developers.
Kraft, 62, held his breath as the verdicts were read shortly before 5 p.m. He was facing the following criminal charges: bribery, unlawful compensation and conspiracy. His wife Stephanie Kraft was acquitted of the same charges last December, but in her case, the jury found her guilty of official misconduct. She’s appealing that verdict.
After the final “not guilty” was read, Kraft embraced his lawyers, Kevin Kulik and Ken Padowitz, and his wife, who was seated in the front row of the gallery. Read more here.