Former NYC Police Commissioner Expected to Plead Guilty in White Plains Tomorrow

Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik—who, as we told you, was jailed two weeks ago—is expected to plead guilty to a conspiracy charge tomorrow before Judge Stephen C. Robinson of the White Plains Federal District Court. If the judge accepts the plea agreement, inside sources say Kerik would likely spend up to three years in jail—although he could receive a 20 year jail sentence for his more serious charges.

The deal, which has not yet been finalized, is the latest development in Kerik’s criminal case, which began when he allegedly allowed a New Jersey contractor seeking a city license to pay for the majority of renovations to his Bronx apartment.

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