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Kwame Brown gets one day in lockup, 480 hours community service

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Former D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown, who pleaded guilty to bank fraud in June, spent the day Tuesday in the custody of U.S. Marshals after a federal judge gave him a one-day, "symbolic" jail sentence as punishment for his crimes. Brown, once local government's second-highest ranking official, was also given six months of home detention and 480 hours of community service by U.S. District...

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