ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 47) -- The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld six felony convictions against a former Albert Lea city manager.
A jury found James Norman guilty in 2011 on seven of eight counts of misusing a city credit card.
Norman took his case to the Minnesota Court of Appeals. A three-judge panel Monday affirmed the convictions of permitting false claims against the government and theft by swindle.
But the judges reversed Norman's gross misdemeanor conviction of misconduct by a public officer. The appeals ruling states the indictment failed to show Norman violated his authority as a city manager.
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