Monday, November 27, 2006
A press release of the Middle District of Alabama reports on the sentences received by the cooperators in the Siegelman/Scrushy trial. It states that:
"Businessman Clayton Lamar “Lanny” Young received 24 months imprisonment and a fine of $25,000 for two counts of conspiracy and one count of filing a false tax return for his role in a wide-ranging scheme to corrupt state government through Siegelman. Nicholas Bailey, who was Siegelman’s assistant and a former head of a state development office, received 18 months imprisonment for his role in the scheme involving one count of conspiracy and one count of filing a false tax return."
The court is presently dealing with post-trial motions being made by Siegelman and Scrushy. (see here)