Hoboken's former mayor is scheduled to appear in federal court Thursday to face sentencing for taking bribes.
Peter Cammarano III pleaded guilty in April to extortion conspiracy. Under terms of his plea agreement, Cammarano faces up to 2 1/2 years in prison.
At 32, Cammarano became Hoboken's youngest mayor last summer. But he was arrested in a federal corruption and money laundering string that swept up dozens of politicians and rabbis three weeks after taking office.
Cammarano admitted taking $25,000 in what he thought were campaign donations from informant Solomon Dwek in exchange for promises to help Dwek build in Hoboken.