Former Brooklyn Assemblyman Norman sentenced to prison

? A judge sentenced former Brooklyn Assemblyman Clarence Norman Jr. to a prison term of two to six years for his campaign funding practices. Norman was convicted last year in two separate trials for

News 12 Staff

Jan 11, 2006, 6:53 PM

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Former Brooklyn Assemblyman Norman sentenced to prison
? A judge sentenced former Brooklyn Assemblyman Clarence Norman Jr. to a prison term of two to six years for his campaign funding practices.
Norman was convicted last year in two separate trials for taking funds from his campaign and depositing them into his personal bank account and trying to conceal contributions. Norman apologized during Wednesday?s sentencing, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Norman also faces additional charges.
The Brooklyn DA hopes the former assemblyman will cooperate with officials in an investigation into the sale of Brooklyn judgeships.


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