Cooper's Request to Travel Denied

Cooper's Request to Travel Denied
By: Mike Shain
The U.S. attorney says no to Nathan Cooper's request to make a business trip to the Phillipines.
Cooper, a lawyer and former state representative is free on bond awaiting sentencing on immigration fraud charges.
Cooper's request to have his passport returned temporarily is pending in federal court but assistant U.S. Attorney James Crowe says the request is unlikely to be approved.
Opposing Cooper's motion, Crowe says a request by a person who's pleaded guilty to a serious crime is very unusual.