Chicago Sewer Contractor Admits To Lying To FBI

Law360, Chicago (February 24, 2012, 7:36 PM ET) -- A Chicago businessman entered a guilty plea Friday in the government's case alleging he and another man used a minority-owned business as a front to win $3.5 million in sewer service work, admitting he lied to the FBI as part of a plea deal.

Anthony Duffy, 47, entered his plea before U.S. District Judge Milton I. Shadur under a plea agreement he struck with prosecutors just ahead of a jury trial set to begin March 12 that was to try Duffy, Jesse Brunt and Brunt's minority-owned...
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