Former Chicago alderman a free man
April 26, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Former Chicago Ald. Ed Vrdolyak is a free man.
A federal judge has ended home imprisonment three months early for Vrdolyak.
Vrdolyak was supposed to serve five months of home confinement, but the Sun-Times reported a judge said Vrdolyak can do 300 hours of community service instead.
He served a 10-month sentence at an Indiana federal prison camp for a real estate kickback scheme. He pleaded guilty in 2008.
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