Former Dallas Councilman Don Hill received an extra 30 days in prison on Friday for contempt of court.
Hill's lawyer Ray Jackson was also found in contempt. H was fined $5,000, which will be deducted from his court-appointed-attorney fees.
Hill was sentenced to 18 years in prison for shaking down developers in tax-credit apartment deals at City Hall.
The extra 30 days will be tacked onto the end of the corruption sentence Hill is to begin serving later this month.
Co-defendant Alan McGill was sentenced to two years in prison Friday.
McGill pleaded guilty before the trial and testified against Hill.
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