Sam McIntosh, left, exited the federal courthouse in Lexington on Jan. 25 after pleading guilty to bribing a state official to get business for his consulting company. With him was his attorney, James Lowry IV.
Sam McIntosh, left, exited the federal courthouse in Lexington on Jan. 25 after pleading guilty to bribing a state official to get business for his consulting company. With him was his attorney, James Lowry IV. bestep@herald-leader.com Bill Estep
Sam McIntosh, left, exited the federal courthouse in Lexington on Jan. 25 after pleading guilty to bribing a state official to get business for his consulting company. With him was his attorney, James Lowry IV. bestep@herald-leader.com Bill Estep

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