Patrick T. Lynch must repay $ 385,000 he allegedly received in a kickback scheme, but nine other counts are dropped. A legal observer questions the deal, but the prosecutor touts the restitution.
Days after his arrest on multiple corruption charges, the former general manager of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum pleaded guilty to a single criminal count of conflict of interest, avoiding a trial and possible lengthy prison sentence.
- Former Vernon official pleads guilty to conflict of interest
- Ex-Coliseum official received payments from stadium contractor
- Former Vernon official pleads guilty to illegally using public money
- L.A. Coliseum official profited from numerous side deals
- Coliseum official directed stadium work to firm he founded