A United States District Judge has reduced former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora’s prison sentence by five years at a hearing on Wednesday morning.
Over video, Dimora and his attorney appeared at the federal court hearing.
Dimora was found guilty of 32 corruption-related charges, including racketeering, bribery, and conspiracy, in March of 2012.
According to federal prosecutors, Dimora tried to fix eight court cases, accepted more than 100 bribes, and had work done at his home for free or at reduced prices.
Dimora is currently serving his sentence at the Devens Federal Medical Center in Massachusetts.
He will be released in February of 2031.
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