FEC v. Mann for Congress
On March 21, 1991, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted the FEC's motion for default judgment against Mann for Congress Committee and its treasurer, Terry L. Mann, for violating the terms of a conciliation agreement. (Civil Action No. 90-2419(LFO).) (Under the terms of the agreement, the committee and Mr. Mann had agreed to refund $17,746 in excess contributions, disclose the refunds on FEC reports and pay a $5,000 civil penalty.)
The court ordered defendants to comply with the agreement's terms within 10 days and pay the FEC an additional $5,000 civil penalty for violating the agreement. The court also permanently enjoined defendants from future violations of the conciliation agreement.
Source: FEC Record — May 1991