CLEVELAND — Officials with the U.S. Department of Justice tell Fox 8 News that the mountain of evidence compiled by federal prosecutors against former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora will be made available for viewing on Tuesday.
According to the Department of Justice, the evidence will be made available at 9:30 a.m.
The exhibits include financial records and pictures of Dimora’s home and his infamous Las Vegas trip.
Dimora’s legal team had tried on several occasions to prevent the evidence from being released to the public, only to be denied by federal Judge Sara Lioi.
Dimora remains held in federal custody after being convicted on 37 charges that include bribery, conspiracy, obstruction of justice and filing false tax returns.
He is scheduled to be sentenced for his crimes on July 25, 2012.