Conrad Black Just Resentenced in Chicago’s Federal Court

According to news reports, Conrad Black was just resentenced to 42 months confinement (from 78 months), $125,000 fine, and 2 years supervised release by United States Federal District Court Judge Amy J. St. Eve. He has served 29 months of the 42 month sentence.

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