Seminerio Sentenced
February 4th, 2010

Former Queens Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio was sentenced by a federal judge today to 6 years in jail and a $1 million forfeiture of assets in relation to his conviction of fraud.

Seminerio plead guilty last year to using his position as an Assemblyman to enhance the business of his private consulting company. The 74-year-0ld Seminerio, who resigned from the Assembly last year, cited health concerns while leaving the courtroom. “How much time do I have left?” Seminerio asked reporters.

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