ATLANTA (AP) - The former Mayor of Atlanta Bill Campbell, will be freed Friday after spending more than two years in prison and a halfway house for tax evasion.
55-year-old Campbell, served eight years as Atlanta's mayor, and was convicted back in 2006 of evading taxes on more than $160,000
He was acquitted of racketeering and bribery charges.
Campbell began his sentence of 30 months at the Federal Correctional Institute in Miami.
He has been at a Salvation Army halfway house in West Palm Beach, Fla.,since August.
His term was shortened by 117 days because of good behavior.