Former Cheetahs strip club owner Michael Galardi will not need to finish three-years of supervised release, according to a published report.
Judge Miller ruled that Galardi would no longer have to report to the government, but that technically he would be on "unsupervised supervised release" until January 2012, meaning if he got into trouble, he could be sent back to prison, our media partner voiceofsandiego reported.
Galardi, 47, who admitted to bribing San Diego City Councilmen and Las Vegas politicians, and then testified against them, was freed early because of his participation in an alcohol treatment program.
"He got a reduction of his sentence by participating in a residential substance abuse program and good time credits," his lawyer, Robert Rose told voiceofsandiego.org.
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