Cahill returns home after judge declares mistrial
QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) -- Former Massachusetts Treasurer Tim Cahill returned home relieved after a judge declared a mistrial Wednesday.
He arrived at home with his wife by his side at about 6 p.m.
Cahill said when he left court he went to the North End to get a cup of coffee. He then attended church.
When asked if he ever thought he would go to prison, Cahill responded, “I never did. But I was always prepared for an outcome that might not have been favorable but I wasn’t going to cross that bridge.”
Cahill said the only thing on his agenda is, “just relaxing. Soaking it in and knowing you can sleep and not have to think about what you’re going to have to say in court the next day. You worry most about the unknown and what you can’t control in life.”
Cahill told 7News he doesn’t plan on running for governor again.