Schuler got com­mu­nity ser­vice re­quire­ments be­fore sen­tenc­ing

The Buffalo News - - LOCAL NEWS -

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

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