Former ACORN supervisor takes plea deal

Vince Coglianese Contributor

Facing 13 felony counts for her role in paying people to register voters, former ACORN supervisor Amy Busefink opted to take an Alford plea to a pair of gross misdemeanors Monday before Judge Donald Mosley.

“She wants finality,” said defense attorney Kevin Stolworthy.

Under an Alford plea, a defendant does not acknowledge guilt but admits prosecutors can prove the case against her.

Mosley will sentence Busefink on Jan. 10. Prosecutors said they will not seek a prison term, but judges are not bound by such agreements.

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