Susan Mohr, the co-defendant in the money laundering case with lobbyist Alan Koslow, surrended in federal court today in Fort Lauderdale.
Mohr was released on a $50,000 bond, said her attorney Michael B. Cohen.
Koslow is set to surrender on Thursday. Koslow and Mohr were charged with one count of money laundering last week stemming from an FBI sting that ended in 2013. A key question remains unanswered: why would it take federal prosecutors three years to file the charges in what wasn't a very complicated case? In past corruption cases, those facing charges have helped federal law enforcement nab others. Also unclear is how Koslow and Mohr know each other.
Read here for a refresher about the case.