Democrat assemblyman, William Scarborough, who had been charged with improperly billing his campaign for over $50,000 in personal expenses, was sentenced to 13 months in prison earlier today gimp for free windows 10.
Via the Times Union:
An ex-state Assemblyman who defrauded the state of more than $50,000 in travel reimbursements and spent thousands of dollars from a campaign account on personal expenses, was sentenced to 13 months in federal prison on Monday flash player für windows vista kostenlosen.
William Scarborough, D-Queens, was sentenced by Senior U.S. District Court Judge Thomas J. McAvoy.
Later in the day, Albany County Judge Stephen Herrick later sentenced Scarborough to one year in prison shotcut kostenlos herunterladen. The sentence will run concurrently with federal time. Herrick noted a “sense of entitlement” among politicians. He faced Herrick for his conviction on state charges photos van facebook.
Ironically, Scarborough, who had also been charged with wire fraud, promoted job openings on social media looking for criminal investigators within the Department of Justice ebooks iphone kostenlos downloaden.
Scarborough had his home and offices raided last March, when he claimed that it was simply a misunderstanding of the Assembly voucher system that led to the investigation herunterladen.