Chicago Judge Found Guilty of Bribe Counts

Associated Press

A judge was convicted of accepting bribes but a retired judge and an attorney were acquitted of related charges resulting from Operation Greylord, an extensive investigation of court corruption.

Cook County Associate Judge Daniel Glecier, 60, was found guilty Tuesday of one count of racketeering conspiracy. He was convicted of paying bribes as a defense attorney and of accepting them as a judge. He will be stripped of his post and his $75,000 salary when he is sentenced on Nov. 29.

Former Cook County Judge Francis Maher and attorney David Dineff were found not guilty.