Pennsylvania's attorney-general convicted of all charges over allegations she leaked grand jury info to media

File photo of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane seen at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, US, on Jan 20, 2015.
File photo of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane seen at the State Capitol in Harrisburg, US, on Jan 20, 2015.PHOTO: REUTERS

HARRISBURG (Reuters) - A jury found Pennsylvania Attorney-General Kathleen Kane guilty on Monday (Aug 15) of perjury and all other charges in her trial on allegations that she leaked grand jury information to a reporter, local media reported.

Kane's conviction was reported by Philly.com and ABC's WPVI-TV.

She had faced charges of perjury, obstruction of justice, false swearing and official oppression in the trial in Norristown, a suburb of Philadelphia.