CHICAGO — Former Chicago Public Faculties CEO Barbara Byrd Bennett can be sentenced at present on federal corruption costs.
Byrd Bennett pleaded responsible two years in the past to wire fraud.
It was a part of a plea deal reached with prosecutors.
She admitted to steering greater than $23 million in no-bid contracts to her former employer, Supes Academy, in trade for kickbacks.
Byrd Bennett’s attorneys are asking the decide for a three-and-a-half yr jail sentence.
Prosecutors need her to serve 7-and-a-half years.
One of many co-house owners of Supes Academy will even be sentenced at present.