The man accused of paying $5m bribes for rights to USA's World Cup matches is 'driven' Miami lawyer who was caught on tape saying 'it IS illegal'
|Aaron Davidson flanked by his defense attorneys pleads not guilty in Brooklyn Federal Court, May 29th 2015|
|Judge Cheryl Pollack artwork by Aggie Kenny|
- Aaron Davidson is being held by the FBI after the dramatic announcement of a major investigation into international soccer corruption
- Lawyer from Miami, 44, set to be transferred to New York for trial after arrest yesterday as other FIFA bosses were held in Switzerland
- Federal prosecutors allege he paid $5m in bribes so his company could have marketing rights for USA and other qualifying matches for 2018 World Cup
- Davidson's mother tells Daily Mail Online he would never act improperly but another source says: 'He was very ambitious.'