Aide To Corrupt Ex-Mayor Too Contrite For Prison, Feds Say

Law360 (June 9, 2021, 2:48 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors on Tuesday backed a request for no prison time by the chief of staff for a former Massachusetts mayor convicted of corruption, saying her remorse "stands in stark contrast" to the ex-pol's continued denials.

Genoveva Andrade, whom prosecutors dubbed the "consigliere" of Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia, should receive a sentence of time served along with a $10,000 fine, both sides wrote in court filings.

The agreement is part of a plea deal Andrade struck before she was set to be tried alongside Correia. A Boston jury found the former mayor guilty in May on 21 counts, including claims...

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