Casino developer, Ronnie Gilley, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday on bribery and conspiracy charges for his role in the bingo bribery trial.
Gilley pleaded guilty to offering state lawmakers millions of dollars in bribes.
Gilley is seeking home detention and supervised probation, but federal prosecutors are recommending almost 11 years in prison.
Along with Gilley, his lobbyist Jarron Massey and former State Representative, Terry Spicer, are also scheduled to be sentenced.
Spicer admitted to taking bribes from Gilley and Massey.
City workers say they were fired for no reason.