The second-in-command at the former Birdsall Services Group (BSG) is sentenced to one year less in prison than his boss, for his role in a pay-to-play scenario that ultimately dissolved the Eatontown engineering firm.
The day before the scheduled start of his trial, the second in command at the former Birdsall Services engineering firm admits involvement in the million-dollar political bribery web unraveled by New Jersey investigators.
The former executive vice-president of Middletown-based Birdsall Services Group engineering firm risks five to 10 years in prison on conviction for each of four second-degree charges stemming from a probe of alleged violations of New Jersey's pay to play laws.
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