Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik is expected to accept a plea bargain and plead guilty to at least one of the corruption charges against him. Under the agreement, Kerik would avoid three separate federal trials on charges of corruption, tax evasion and lying to federal officials, and serve 27 to 33 months. The Post is happy to note that had Kerik not "brusquely blown off" a similar plea offer in 2007, he'd have served just one year and saved $2 million in legal fees.
Kerik To Take Plea Deal for Less Than 3 Years
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