Clarence Norman Sentenced To Additional Time In Jail
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Former Brooklyn Democratic leader Clarence Norman was sentenced Monday to another one to three years in prison.
In February, a jury found Norman guilty of demanding money from a judicial candidate in exchange for his support.
The trial was the last of four criminal cases against Norman.
In two previous trials, he was found guilty of stealing funds from his own re-election campaign and concealing contributions made to him.
His latest sentence will be tacked on to the two to six years he was sentenced to in the prior trials.