Anuj Sud, 40, of Hyattsville, Maryland, faces a two-year prison sentence, followed by a $50,000 fine and three years of supervised release for soliciting and accepting bribes.
There’s been another guilty plea in a wide-ranging federal probe targeting lawmakers, lobbyists and liquor board officials in Prince George’s County.
The former director of the Prince George’s County liquor board, who prosecutors said brokered bribes to Maryland lawmakers in exchange for changes to the state’s liquor laws, pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy, bribery and obstruction of justice charges.
A Prince George’s County, Maryland, businessman has pleaded guilty to bribing state delegates in exchange for changes to Maryland liquor laws. The plea comes amid a sprawling corruption probe that has ensnared other local business owners and state lawmakers.
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