Hearing for former SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh on state charge

Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses valued $10,000 or more charge
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A hearing is set for high noon next Tuesday on the state's charges charges against former SCANA CEO Kevin Marsh.

The State Attorney General's office accuses Marsh of Obtaining Signature or Property by False Pretenses Valued $10,000 or More.
That appearance in the Richland County Courthouse will follow a 10 a.m. hearing in Federal Court where he's facing jail time.
Marsh has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy fraud charges, go to prison for at least 18 months and forfeit $5 million in connection with SCANA’s $10 billion nuclear boondoggle.
Prosecutors say Marsh -- who is 65 and now lives in North Carolina -- helped lead a two-year cover-up of the serious financial trouble that was jeopardizing Fairfield County nuclear project and the disastrous financial situation of SCANA itself.