Trenton Mayor Tony Mack removed from office by judge after corruption conviction
A judge has removed the mayor of Trenton from office following his corruption conviction.
Tony Mack was convicted Feb. 7 of bribery, fraud and extortion, which by state law would require him to leave office immediately.
Mack had argued that the law doesn't apply to him because he was convicted in federal court. Judge Mary Jacobson disagreed and signed an order removing him from office.