Ex-Justice Gerald P. Garson of Brooklyn, N.Y., was granted parole on Tuesday, 25 months after he began serving a three-to-10 year term for bribery and two related counts.

The New York Parole Board set Dec. 23, 2009, as Garson’s release date and stipulated that after his release he is barred from being affiliated with a law firm.

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