Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Discuses What's Next for Cannon

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by Kathryn Searles

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Patrick Cannon corruption investigation is continuing to unfold as FBI investigators gather more evidence. Former Assistant  U.S. Attorney and current professor at Charlotte School of Law has perspective on how the cases work.

Former Assistant  U.S. Attorney Scott Broyles says the FBI could be looking into others involved in the case.

Broyles is taking questions from our viewers, too. He weighs in on why it took so long to arrest Cannon and why the feds didn't do it before the election.

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