Ex-Calif. Sen. Will Cop To Fraud Charge In Corruption Case

Law360, Los Angeles (June 13, 2016, 9:26 PM EDT) -- A former California state senator facing a slew of corruption charges agreed to plead guilty to fraud in connection with allegations he accepted $100,000 in bribes from a Long Beach hospital owner in exchange for favorable legislation, prosecutors said Monday.

The former senator, Ronald S. Calderon, agreed to plead guilty to a single mail fraud charge as federal prosecutors agreed to drop the remaining charges and recommend a prison sentence of no more than 70 months, which is at the low end of sentencing guidelines. The plea deal comes about a month before Calderon’s case was set for trial and a...

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