Federal prosecutors are now recommending only five months in prison for Arne Fuglvog, rather than the 10 months called for in a plea agreement.
The recommendation is in this sentencing memorandum filed yesterday in federal court in Anchorage.
Some incredible reading here, let me tell you, including details on why Fuglvog broke the law and his cooperation with investigators.
Sentencing is scheduled for 8 a.m. Tuesday for Fuglvog, a former fisheries aide to U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Fuglvog in August pled guilty to a commercial fishing violation prior to joining the senator's staff.
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