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FEC v. Miller


On April 23, 1993, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia signed a settlement agreed to by both parties. (Civil Action No. 92-2244(SS).) In the joint stipulation, Stefan Miller admitted that he had violated the terms of a conciliation agreement he had entered into with the Commission by failing to pay the $1,300 civil penalty. He further agreed to make monthly installments of $75 until the full amount is paid. If he fails to make a payment, the FEC may require that the entire amount be paid within 10 days.

Mr. Miller later filed a statement in which he maintained that he never agreed to enter into the conciliation agreement, which was signed by his attorney on his behalf. He said, however, that he would honor the terms of the stipulation.

Source:   FEC RecordJune 1993