Former Maryland Delegate to be Sentenced Today

SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Former Maryland Delegate Cheryl Glenn will be sentenced today in federal court. The former Baltimore Delegate pleaded guilty to charges she accepted more than $33,000 in bribes in exchange for legislative favors.  Glenn’s attorney has asked a judge for probation and home detention instead of incarceration.  Glenn pleaded guilty in January to charges of honest services wire fraud and bribery. She served as a state delegate from January 2007 until her resignation in December.