BOSTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – The state's fraud and corruption case against former State Treasurer Tim Cahill will be back in a Boston courtroom Monday. Lawyers from both sides will attend a motions hearing. Cahill is accused of illegally using state lottery ads to boost his unsuccessful campaign for governor in 2010. Attorney General Martha Coakley's office says Cahill changed the timing of a lottery ad so it could benefit his run for governor. Cahill denies any wrongdoing.
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