WSFA 12 News confirmed attorneys for John Goff will be in federal court on Friday to argue why charges against him should be dismissed.
Goff, who once owned a company that handled workers compensation insurance, is now facing charges of embezzlement, conspiracy and mail fraud. The government claims Goff took money from clients for coverage, but never sent that money to insurance companies.
The defense claims Goff felt the companies owed him money. They also say Goff paid a ten thousand dollar fine to the state, and then entered an agreement that he would be released from all charges.
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