A New Jersey priest faced a judge in court on Tuesday to learn his punishment after he spent donations from parishioners on fancy vacations, a car and even a boat, prosecutors said.
The platinum-selling rapper admitted to not paying taxes on more than $3 million in income earned between 2004 and 2006.
A judge has decided that a once-prominent New York City politician can serve 500 hours of community service rather than jail time for income tax evasion.
Already charged in a federal fraud indictment, the former New York state Senate Democratic leader and his son could also soon be facing charges of tax evasion.
Ex-Sen. Vincent Leibell admitted in court Monday that he tried to influence a grand jury investigating corruption in Putnam County.