Convicted of judicial bribery and facing sentencing on Sept. 25, former Judge Rudy Delgado is objecting to a probation officer’s recommendations to quadruple his potential imprisonment from nearly two years to more than eight.

Delgado on Thursday filed an objection to his presentence report—the actual report isn’t open to the public—arguing that a probation officer improperly inflated the value of bribes he accepted to justify a six-level upward adjustment in his sentence. He also claimed there’s a two-level upward adjustment for one of his charges, which the sentencing guidelines do not allow for defendants convicted of Delgado’s other offenses.