DALLAS — Ronald E. Johnson, the former top executive of Minyard Food Stores, told SN Friday he expects to present several “outstanding issues” within the next 30 days to the Dallas County District Court judge who presided over a trial in which a jury convicted Johnson of ethics violations. It will be up to the juddge to deliver a final verdict in the case at the end of the 30-day period, Johnson said. The jury ordered Johnson to pay $2.3 million in damages to Minyard after it found him ...

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