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  • FILE - In this March 28, 2014 file photo, former St. Clair County Judge Mike Cook walks from the federal courthouse in East St. Louis, Ill.,  after being sentenced to two years in federal prison on heroin and weapons charges. The disgraced Illinois judge was at the center of a courthouse drug scandal that included a fellow jurist's cocaine death. A filing April 1, 2014 by U.S. District Judge Joe Billy McDade shows Cook must surrender by May 28 to whatever lockup the Federal Bureau of Prisons slots for him, with recommendations that Cook be considered for placement in prisons in Estill, S.C., Pensacola, Fla., or Montgomery, Ala.  (AP Photo/Belleville News-Democrat, Tim Vizer, File)

    Disgraced Illinois judge awaits prison assignment

    A disgraced former Illinois drug court judge at the center of a courthouse drug scandal is getting time to square away things before serving a two-year sentence on heroin and gun convictions. But exactly where Michael Cook will spend his time behind bars at his own expense remains unclear.

  • FILE- In this July 3, 2013 file photo, former Metropolitan Detention Center guard, Nancy Gonzalez, center, listens as her attorney, Anthony Rico, speaks to members of the media outside the federal courthouse in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Gonzalez gained notoriety by conceiving a baby behind bars with a cop killer. Although she claims to have had clandestine sexual encounters with at least eight co-workers and a second inmate while on duty at the Metropolitan Detention Center, it remains unclear if anyone else has been disciplined.  (AP Photo/Tom Hays, File)

    NYC guard-inmate sex scandal triggers jail review

    Jail guard Nancy Gonzalez gained notoriety by conceiving a baby behind bars with a cop killer. But her story of sexual misconduct at a federal lockup in Brooklyn doesn't end there.

  • Rapper T.I. returned to federal prison in Atlanta

    The lawyer for rapper T.I. said Friday that he's working to have the Grammy winner returned to a halfway house after a transportation flap left him locked up again in a federal penitentiary.

  • Lawyer: TI moved elsewhere from Ga. halfway house

    A lawyer for rapper T.I. says the Grammy-winning artist has been moved by the Federal Bureau of Prisons from an Atlanta halfway house to another location.

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