Salvatore DiMasi

U.S. Supreme Court Denies DiMasi Petition

January 27, 2014
Former Speaker Salvatore DiMasi leaves federal courthouse in Boston after being convicted on corruption charges Wednesday. (AP)

BOSTON — The jailed former speaker had asked the court to review his corruption conviction.

Report: Ex-Mass. Speaker DiMasi Appeals To U.S. Supreme Court

December 23, 2013

BOSTON — Salvatore DiMasi was convicted in 2011 on public corruption charges.

Appeals Court Upholds DiMasi Corruption Conviction

August 21, 2013
dimasi verdict

BOSTON — The former speaker was convicted by a jury in 2011 of conspiracy, extortion and other charges.

Ex-Speaker DiMasi Appeals Corruption Case

February 05, 2013

Salvatore DiMasi is serving an eight-year sentence after being convicted in 2011.

Ex-Speaker DiMasi Appeals Conviction, Sentence

August 21, 2012

BOSTON — Salvatore DiMasi’s lawyers say federal prosecutors failed to prove at trial that he agreed to accept payments in exchange for official acts.

Witness In DiMasi Corruption Case Reports To Prison

December 12, 2011

BOSTON — A key prosecution witness in the corruption trial of former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has begun his 18-month prison sentence.

Former Speaker DiMasi Reports To Prison In Ky.

November 30, 2011

BOSTON — Former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has reported to a federal prison in Kentucky to begin an eight-year sentence on corruption charges.

Judge Rejects DiMasi’s Request To Delay Prison Date

November 23, 2011

BOSTON — Convicted former Speaker Salvatore DiMasi is asking for more time to change his prison assignment. He’s scheduled to report to a medical prison in Lexington, Ky., next week.

Ex-Speaker DiMasi Loses Bid To Stay Out Of Prison

November 15, 2011

BOSTON — Former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has lost a bid to remain free on bail while appealing his federal corruption conviction.

Ex-Speaker DiMasi Gets 2-Week Prison Reprieve

November 03, 2011

BOSTON — A federal judge has given former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi and co-defendant Richard McDonough two additional weeks before they must report to prison.

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