FORMER ASSEMBLYMAN TO FIGHT CORRUPTION CHARGES

A major corruption conviction will get an appeal. The Star-Ledger reports that former assemblyman Joseph Vas is appealing the ruling that found him guilty of corruption. Vas was given six and a half years in federal jail for trying to take money from a real estate transaction and use it to run for Congress. Vas has an eight year term in state prison for money laundering, a charge he plead guilty to.

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