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Key Witness In DiMasi Case Reports to PrisonA key prosecution witness in the corruption trial of former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has begun his 18-month prison sentence.
Judge Denies Sal DiMasi's Bids To Delay Sentence, Move Prison LocationA judge has denied former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi's bid to delay his prison sentence.
Former Speaker DiMasi Sentenced To 8 Years In PrisonFormer Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison for using his clout to steer two state contracts to a software firm in exchange for kickbacks.
Sal DiMasi's Sentencing Could Take 2 DaysA sentencing hearing for former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi is likely to take longer than originally expected.
Judge Denies Sal DiMasi New TrialA federal judge has denied a bid by former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi for a new trial.
Judge Nixes Motion To Suspend DiMasi's PensionA Superior Court Judge has denied a request by the state Retirement Board to let it vote to suspend the pension of former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi.
Judge To Consider Freezing Sal DiMasi's PensionA judge has taken under advisement a move by the state's attorney general to freeze Dimasi's state pension benefits, pending his scheduled sentencing in September.
State Pressing Court To Suspend DiMasi's PensionLawyers for Sal DiMasi are set to return to court for a hearing that will determine whether the ex-lawmaker loses his state pension following his conviction on federal corruption charges.
Local Politicians React To DiMasi Guilty VerdictBay State politicians weighed in with their opinions after former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi was found guilty in his corruption trial on Wednesday.
Jurors Finish Second Day Of Deliberations Without Verdict In DiMasi TrialJurors went home for the second day without reaching a verdict in the corruption trial of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi.
DiMasi Defense To Begin Calling Witnesses In Corruption TrialDefense lawyers for former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi and two associates are set to begin calling witnesses in their public corruption trial.
Prosecutors Could Rest Case Soon In DiMasi TrialA former deputy chief of staff for Gov. Patrick says lobbyist Richard McDonough told him approving a software contract could help improve relations between the governor & DiMasi.

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