In January, Collins was sentenced to two years and two months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of conspiring to commit securities fraud and making false statements to the FBI.READ MORE: Police: Woman Punched In Face In Unprovoked Attack In Chinatown
He admitted to helping his son and others avoid $800,000 in stock losses.DaBaby Apologizes To LGBTQ+ Community For 'Hurtful And Triggering Comments'
Collins, a Republican from the Buffalo area, represented Western New York in Congress from 2013-2019. He resigned in September 2019.
The White House announced 14 other pardons Tuesday night, including former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos and Alex van der Zwaan, convicted as a part of the Russia investigation.MORE NEWS: Reports: JetBlue Will Keep Headquarters In Long Island City
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