NJ Business Owner Admits To School Contract Bid-Rigging

Law360, Washington (June 29, 2012, 3:55 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey contractor pled guilty Thursday to inflating school construction contracts and bid-rigging as part of a larger scheme led by an engineer over multiple school districts, prosecutors said.

John Sangiuliano pled guilty to committing third-degree false representations for a government contract in New Jersey Superior Court, and prosecutors recommended that he be sentenced to probation rather than jail time as long as he pays $36,000 in restitution and another $25,000 in penalty fees.

The penalties will be paid to New Jersey's Antitrust Revolving Fund...
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