April 18, 2018 William Dupree Sentenced in 2014 Public Corruption Case

Today (April 18th) Judge Marlene Alva adjudicated WILLIAM DUPREE guilty of Principle to Commit Bribery and sentenced him to 26 months in state prison, followed by 12 years of supervised probation. DUPREE was remanded to custody to begin serving his sentence.

DUPREE was charged as a co-defendant in the 2014 criminal public corruption case involving former Brevard Clerk of the Court Mitchell NEEDELMAN and Blue Ware CEO Rose HARR.

In February DUPREE acknowledged his part in this public corruption case by entering a plea of guilty to the charge of being a Principle to Commit Bribery, a second degree felony (F2).

DUPREE was also ordered to pay restitution for the cost of prosecution totaling more than $12,000, however a future hearing will establish what amount and portion of investigative costs and losses suffered by the Brevard Clerk of the Court, will be paid by DUPREE.

Todd Brown
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