Federal prosecutors are making another attempt to put former 10th Ward alderman Edward Vrdolyak behind bars.
In a 47-page court filing Wednesday, prosecutors said they're seeking a 3.5 year prison term and a substantial fine, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Vrdolyak pleaded guilty to conspiring with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science board member Stuart Levine. The two plotted to split a $1.5 million kickback from selling property owned by the university.
A judge sentenced Vrdolyak to community service last year, but an appeals court overturned that sentence. He's to be resentenced Oct. 15.