December 19, 2018 - BlueWare CEO Sentenced for Role in Brevard Public Corruption Case

Today (Dec 19) ROSE MARY HARR was sentenced to prison as a co-conspirator in the 2014 criminal public corruption case involving former Brevard Clerk of the Court Mitchell NEEDELMAN and William DUPREE.

On September 27, 2018 HARR was found guilty of Principle to Commit Bid Tampering (F2) and Conspiracy to Commit Bribery (F3). Today Judge Marlene Alva sentenced HARR to 36 months in the Florida Department of Corrections for each charge (served concurrently) followed by 12 years of probation for Principle to Bid Tampering and 2 years probation for Conspiracy to Commit Bribery. Restitution was reserved for a future hearing to be held once all the co-defendant cases have been resolved.

In a statement State Attorney Phil Archer said "Public officials and those conducting business on their behalf, have a responsibility to perform their duties with honesty and integrity. This is the foundation on which public trust is built." Archer went on to say "I appreciate the Court recognizing the need to maintain this trust by imposing an appropriate sentence, holding Ms. Harr accountable for her actions in this case."

Todd Brown
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