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Vrdolyak lawyers renew attempt to have him released from custody, citing poor health, COVID-19

Vrdolyak, following several pandemic-related delays, only began serving his 18-month sentence on Nov. 30 at a federal medical facility in Rochester, Minnesota, with access to Mayo Clinic. He is not scheduled to be released from the custody of the Bureau of Prisons until March 2023, when he would be 85.

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