CLEVELAND - Embattled former Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court judge Bridget McCafferty has completed her corruption sentence and is no longer in the federal prison system.
According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, inmate #56280-060 is free.
Bridget McCafferty completed her 14 month sentence for her involvement in the Cuyahoga County corruption investigation with Jimmy Dimora.
In June, McCafferty was released from the minimum security facility which houses female inmates and sent to a halfway house in Cleveland.
McCafferty was convicted in Aug. 2011 of lying to the FBI about her conversations with Dimora and Frank Russo.
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