More legal problems for Stadd

Former NASA chief of staff Courtney Stadd is facing another legal battle. Stadd pleaded not guilty Monday in federal court in Mississippi to nine charges, including fraud and conspiracy. The government alleges that Stadd conspired with a NASA official starting in 2004 to award contracts to Mississippi State, one of his consulting clients, who then subcontracted some of the work to him. This is separate from the case last year when Stadd was convicted on ethics charges for steering contracts to the university during a stint at the agency in 2005; he received three years of probation and a $2,500 fine in that case.

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