A grim-faced Troy Kelley walks out of the U.S. District Courthouse in downtown Tacoma, April 25, 2016, during a break in his criminal trial. Kelley, the former State Auditor, is scheduled to be re-tried on some charges beginning this week.
A grim-faced Troy Kelley walks out of the U.S. District Courthouse in downtown Tacoma, April 25, 2016, during a break in his criminal trial. Kelley, the former State Auditor, is scheduled to be re-tried on some charges beginning this week. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo
A grim-faced Troy Kelley walks out of the U.S. District Courthouse in downtown Tacoma, April 25, 2016, during a break in his criminal trial. Kelley, the former State Auditor, is scheduled to be re-tried on some charges beginning this week. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo

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