Attorneys for former House Speaker Sal DiMasi filed a motion Tuesday asking the federal court to change the sentence in DiMasi’s conspiracy conviction.
Massachusetts lawmakers have voted to eliminate term limits for state House speakers.
Part 1: Part 2: BOSTON (CBS) – Former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi is fighting stage four cancer while serving his eight year prison sentence for corruption. Sal’s wife, Debbie, has also undergone treatment for breast […]
The wife of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi discovered the diagnosis in a note in his prison medical records from 2012.
It could be the end of the legal line for former House Speaker Sal DiMasi.
Sal DiMasi, the former House speaker, is two years into his eight-year corruption sentence in a North Carolina prison. And according to his wife, he is very ill with throat and tongue cancer that went untreated for some time.
In their final debate, each U.S. Senate candidate claimed to care more about people that his opponent.
The wife of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi says her husband is “skinny, frail and weak” as he sits in a federal prison in North Carolina.
An attorney for former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has asked a federal appeals court to overturn DiMasi’s corruption conviction.
Sal DiMasi, 67, was convicted in June 2011 of charges including conspiracy, extortion and honest services fraud.