The Detroit Free Press keeps us updated on the Fieger trial here.
Under questioning from Justice Department trial lawyer Kendall Day, Broschay admitted contributing $2,000 for himself, $2,000 on behalf of his wife and $2,000 on behalf of each of his two children to Edwards’ campaign in 2003. Broschay said he did not contribute because he was forced to do so, but because he identified with Edwards, a former plaintiffs’ lawyer.
Broschay said he signed his wife’s name to her contribution with her approval and belatedly told his children that he had contributed on their behalf. He said both children were “ecstatic” about giving.