United States v. Michael P.S. Scanlon

In November 2005, Scanlon pled guilty to a one-count information charging conspiracy with three objects, bribery, mail and wire fraud, and honest services fraud. Folling the Skilling decision, Scanlon moved to modify or amend his plea agreement. The court ordered brief, heard oral argument, and on November 30, 2010, denied the motion. On February 11, 2011, District Court Judge Huvelle sentenced Scanlon to 20 months in federal prison.