Pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and tax charges in December 2010. Sentenced to 21 months in prison.
Pleaded guilty to bribery plus mail and wire fraud in December 2011, for accepting nearly $500,000 in exchange for official actions. Sentenced to seven years.
Pleaded guilty to federal tax fraud in February 2012. Sentenced to a year and a day.
Yonkers City Councilwoman
Convicted in March 2012 on bribery charges for reversing a vote after accepting nearly $200,000 in secret payments. Sentenced to six years.
Pleaded guilty in May 2012 to conspiracy and mail fraud charges for misusing New York City Council funds. Sentenced to two years.
New York City Councilman
Convicted on nine counts of corruption in July 2012, including for diverting $1.5 million in city funds to family nonprofits. Sentenced to five years.
Pleaded guilty in summer 2013 to perjury and making false statements to investigators. Avoided jail time due to his cooperation in the case against Assemblyman Eric Stevenson and others.
Convicted in January 2014 of taking more than $20,000 in bribes in exchange for official acts, including introducing legislation. Sentenced to three years.
Pleaded guilty in June 2014 to two felony charges for a sham marriage to get citizenship as well as concealing assets and income. Sentenced to a year and a day.
New York City Councilman
Convicted in July 2014 of arranging Malcolm Smith’s bribery scheme and, separately, for taking thousands of dollars in bribes. Sentenced to 10 years.
Convicted in February 2015 of bribing New York City Republican leaders to try to run for mayor on the GOP line. Sentenced to seven years.
Queens Republican Party Vice Chairman
Convicted in February 2015 of witness tampering and taking bribes from Malcolm Smith in a mayoral bid scheme. Sentenced to 42 months.
State Senate Deputy Majority Leader
Convicted in July 2015 of lying to the FBI. Sentenced to six months of house arrest. He died in May 2016 and his sentence was vacated a year later.
Convicted in November 2015 for corruption schemes involving a cancer researcher and real estate developers in which he received nearly $4 million. Silver was sentenced to 12 years in prison in May, 2016, but his conviction was overturned on July 13, 2017 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan on the basis that the jury in the case had not been properly instructed.
State Senate Majority Leader
Convicted of corruption in December 2015 for obtaining more than $300,000 in bribes and extortion payments for his son. Sentenced to five years.
Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association President
Indicted on corruption charges in July 2016 for allegedly taking bribes in exchange for investing union money. Pleaded not guilty. Trial scheduled for late October.
Executive Deputy Secretary to Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Indicted along with seven others in November 2016 for allegedly taking more than $300,000 in bribes while taking action on behalf of an energy company. Pleaded not guilty.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute President
Indicted along with Percoco in November 2016 for alleged bid rigging on state contracts. Pleaded not guilty.