The attorney general's office, which prosecuted the case, declined comment.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The owner of a horse betting business in North Dakota says the state has agreed to pay her more than $13 million after her conviction for illegal gambling was overturned.
A federal bankruptcy judge has ruled the state must refund Susan Bala the money it collected for taxes. Bala founded Racing Services Inc. The Fargo-based business handled bets for closed-circuit horse race gambling sites. Bala spent more than a year in prison before a federal appeals court overturned her conviction.
Bala tells KFGO the $13 million doesn't include interest payments. The attorney general's office, which prosecuted the case, declined comment.