Not only is former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora facing prison time, he will also lose his retirement savings and his interest in his family’s house. From theCleveland Plain Dealer:
Dimora also forfeited his interest in a retirement account valued at more than $122,000. He has until Tuesday to liquidate the account. Dimora also has to disclose to the government all accounts he has in which he has more than $10,000. …
[U.S. Distrcit Judge Sara] Lioi scheduled sentencing for July 25, almost four years to the day from when the corruption investigation went public. Dimora is looking at at least 16-20 years in prison, according to federal sentencing guidelines.
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