NY1 At 20: 2006 Report Follows Bernard Kerik's Guilty Plea
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Bernard Kerik officially earned a criminal record on June 30, 2006, the date the former Police Commissioner and Secretary of Homeland Security nominee pleaded guilty to taking gifts from a company with alleged ties to the mafia. NY1's Michael Scotto filed the following report.
NY1 FOLLOW-UP: That wasn't the end of Kerik's legal trouble. In February 2010, he was sentenced to four years in federal prison for tax fraud and lying to the White House. Kerik is currently in a medium-security prison in Maryland and is set to be released in October 2013.