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Former NM State Senator Gets 18 Months Prison Term, Santa Fe Mayor Denies Assault Allegations


Former New Mexico State Senator Gets 18 Months Prison Term – The ... bribery and other convictions stemming from allegations that he misused his position to profit from a real estate deal. District Court Judge Brett Loveless sentenced Griego on ...


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About KUNM People Contact Radio Board UNM Board of Regents Coverage Area Job Openings Support Pledge Drive Prizes Give Now or Renew Your Membership Membership Details Underwriting Donate Your Vehicle Donate Stock or Securities Buttons Search KUNM KUNM Menu Home News Latest From KUNM Daily Headlines 2018 Legislature Latest From NPR Public Health New Mexico Let's Talk New Mexico Job Openings Music All Music Shows Playlist Search KUNM Studio Sessions NPR Tiny Desk Concert VuHaus Song of the Day Programs Programs A-Z Schedule Printable Program Grid Two Week Archive Podcasts Ways to Listen Monthly Program Guide Events Community Calendar About KUNM People Contact Radio Board UNM Board of Regents Coverage Area Job Openings Support Pledge Drive Prizes Give Now or Renew Your Membership Membership Details Underwriting Donate Your Vehicle Donate Stock or Securities Buttons Search Former NM State Senator Gets 18 Months Prison Term, Santa Fe Mayor Denies Assault Allegations By KUNM News • Feb 16, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email pixabay.com via CC / Creative Commons Former New Mexico State Senator Gets 18 Months Prison Term – The Associated Press Former New Mexico SenPhil Griego will spend 18 months behind bars for fraud, bribery and other convictions stemming from allegations that he misused his position to profit from a real estate dealDistrict Court Judge Brett Loveless sentenced Griego on Friday to a 12-year-prison term, but waived all but 18 monthsThe former prominent Democrat also was ordered to pay roughly $47,000 in fines and serve five years of supervised probation upon his release from prisonCiting the need to restore the public's trust in New Mexico's elected officials, prosecutors had requested that Griego spend at least 10 years in prison and pay hefty fines for his crimesThe defense said a lengthy prison sen

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