After being free for almost two years, a federal appeals court has ruled that ex-Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Willie Singletary’s prison sentence needs to be rethought.

Singletary, like all of the other defendants caught up in the Philadelphia Traffic Court ticket-fixing scandal, escaped the government’s primary fraud charges. However, he was convicted on a single charge of lying to the FBI during the 2014 trial and was sentenced to roughly two years in prison.

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