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Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh's sentencing, court...

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
(Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)

Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh's sentencing, court appearances

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Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison on conspiracy and tax evasion charges
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her "Healthy Holly" fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her "Healthy Holly" fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in federal prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks with the media as she leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks with the media as she leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her "Healthy Holly" fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her "Healthy Holly" fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh talks to the media after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and her attorney Steve Silverman leave the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and her attorney Steve Silverman leave the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media at the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media at the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
U.S. States Attorney Robert K. Hur speaks to the media after former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme.
U.S. States Attorney Robert K. Hur speaks to the media after former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Federal prosecutors speak to the media after former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme.
Federal prosecutors speak to the media after former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her ÒHealthy HollyÓ fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and her attorney Steve Silverman leave the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and her attorney Steve Silverman leave the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
POL FORMER BALTIMORE MAYOR CATHERINE PUGH SENTENCED
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case.
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor sentenced
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, is at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020.
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, is at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former mayor Kurt Schmoke leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former mayor Kurt Schmoke leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people."
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people." (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh sentencing
Prosecutors outside the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Prosecutors outside the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun)
Former mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
During the sentencing phase of former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's trial she stood up to address the court in her defense. (Illustrated by Kevin Richardson)
During the sentencing phase of former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's trial she stood up to address the court in her defense. (Illustrated by Kevin Richardson) (Kevin Richardson)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks before a gathering of media in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in federal prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Paul Coates, publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh and Paul Coates, publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Kurt Schmoke
Former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke speaks to reporters outside of the court where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years for fraud.
Former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke speaks to reporters outside of the court where Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years for fraud. (Barbara Taylor)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Paul Coates (left), publisher of Black Classic Press, and attorney Steve Silverman arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to three years in prison
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh addresses the press in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore after being sentenced to three years in prison, followed by three years probation, as a result of her pleading guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion in her “Healthy Holly” fraud scheme. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people."
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people." (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former mayor Kurt Schmoke
Former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke attends the sentencing of Catherine Pugh.
Former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke attends the sentencing of Catherine Pugh. (Barbara Taylor)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh sentencing
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people."
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur speaks outside the federal courthouse in Baltimore following Catherine Pugh's sentencing. He addressed the issue of public trust, saying Pugh’s crimes undermine “everyone’s faith in government and what government can do for the people." (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
Catherine Pugh arrives at sentencing
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, attorney Steve Silverman (left), and Paul Coates, publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, attorney Steve Silverman (left), and Paul Coates, publisher of Black Classic Press, arrive at the federal courthouse downtown for Pugh's sentencing on federal fraud and tax charges. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court. (Jerry Jackson)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court Thursday.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court Thursday. (Jerry Jackson)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court Thursday.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the downtown federal courthouse in November after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in federal court Thursday. (Jerry Jackson)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh, center, arrives at U.S. District Court in Baltimore in November. Pugh was arraigned on fraud and tax evasion charges related to the sales of her “Healthy Holly” children’s books. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges.
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh, center, arrives at U.S. District Court in Baltimore in November. Pugh was arraigned on fraud and tax evasion charges related to the sales of her “Healthy Holly” children’s books. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur for the District of Maryland, arrives at the Baltimore federal courthouse for the arraignment of former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges.
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur for the District of Maryland, arrives at the Baltimore federal courthouse for the arraignment of former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Leo Wise, attorney with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland, arrives at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges.
Leo Wise, attorney with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland, arrives at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges. (Jerry Jackson/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Members of the prosecution team arrive at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges.
Members of the prosecution team arrive at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh pleaded guilty to four charges. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's November court appearance
Members of the prosecution team, including Leo Wise, center, arrive at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh plead guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges.
Members of the prosecution team, including Leo Wise, center, arrive at the Baltimore federal courthouse for a scheduled arraignment in a fraud and tax evasion case against former mayor Catherine Pugh in November. Pugh plead guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in court in November
Art by Kevin Richardson from the arraignment of former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in November. She sits with her attorney Steven Silverman.
Art by Kevin Richardson from the arraignment of former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in November. She sits with her attorney Steven Silverman. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
POL FORMER BALTIMORE MAYOR CATHERINE PUGH SENTENCED
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case.
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
POL FORMER BALTIMORE MAYOR CATHERINE PUGH SENTENCED
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case.
Catherine Pugh, the mayor of Baltimore who resigned upon the news of the "Healthy Holly" book scandal investigation, at the federal courthouse in Baltimore Thu., February 27, 2020. The former mayor received a three-year sentence as well as three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to some charges in the "Healthy Holly" fraud case. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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