Schuler got community service requirements before sentencing
ALBANY – Sentencing documents filed over the weekend show former LPCiminelli executive Kevin Schuler received specific instructions about how he is to perform his community service requirements.
Schuler, whose cooperation helped to convict former LPCiminelli owner Louis Ciminelli and others in the Buffalo Billion corruption scandal, on Friday received a sentence of one day in jail – time he already served. Schuler was also sentenced to two years of supervised release and 400 hours of community service. He was fined $5,000.
“At least one-third of that time should be spent talking to college students, law students or business groups about business ethics and the risks of failing to adhere to (the) principle of integrity and honesty in government,” the sentence demands.
– Tom Precious