ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) --
The former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida has asked a judge to keep his book proposal private.
Jim Greer asked a Florida judge Tuesday, Jan. 4 to prevent state
prosecutors from making public a book proposal that was seized on
his computer when he was arrested in May on six felonies, including
theft, organized fraud and money laundering.
Greer has pleaded not guilty and says he is the victim of
right-wing conservatives who turned against Gov. Charlie Crist.
Crist picked Greer to head the state party.
Circuit Judge Marc Lubet said he would issue a ruling after
reviewing the 16-page proposal.