CLEVELAND - Convicted felon and Jimmy Dimora co-defendant, Michael Gabor, was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years, one month in federal prison on corruption charges.
A federal judge also ordered Gabor pay $22,250 in restitution to Cuyahoga County.
Gabor asked for less than five years in prison on the racketeering and corruption charges, but a judge disagreed.
Gabor was convicted by the same jury that convicted former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora last March.
Gabor was found guilty of providing assistance with a divorce case involving Cleveland businessman Steve Pumper, who was doing business with the county.
According to testimony, Gabor provided information to Dimora with the expectation that Dimora would give Pumper a phone number of someone who could walk him through the process. But Gabor's defense attorney argued no bribe was ever paid.
In another instance, Gabor was convicted of paying $5,000 to former Cuyahoga County Auditor Frank Russo for a job in Russo's office.
Dimora was earlier sentenced to 28 years in prison on multiple corruption charges.
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