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Trial date set for Katrina Robinson’s 2021 money laundering, mail fraud allegations

State Sen. Katrina Robinson and attorneys maintain innocence after guilty verdict
State Sen. Katrina Robinson and attorneys maintain innocence after guilty verdict
Published: Oct. 27, 2021 at 7:51 AM CDT
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Tennessee State Senator Katrina Robinson appeared in federal court virtually Wednesday for charges filed in 2021.

She is accused of money laundering and fraud and conspiracy to commit mail fraud. A judge set the trial date for January 31, 2022.

She is seat to appear in person ahead of the trial on Dec. 21. She would also have a chance to change her plea during this hearing.

These charges are separate from her September 2020 trial when she was convicted of four counts of wire fraud.

Both cases involve her business, a nursing school called the Healthcare Institute.

Robinson is scheduled for sentencing in the first case on January 5, 2022, though she has filed a motion for acquittal and a new trial.

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