SHERMAN, Conn. -- A Sherman man convicted of attempting to bribe a judge has left prison for a halfway house in Waterbury, according to The News-Times.
Dominic Badaracco was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2013 for calling a judge and offering to buy help while he was being investigated for his ex-wife's death, The News-Times reported.
Badaracco received early release because parole officials believed he had shown remorse, behaved well behind bars and was unlikely to commit another crime, said The News-Times.
He is currently at the Renaissance East, a 32-bed work release facility in Waterbury, until Oct. 12, The News-Times-reported.
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