Right about the time you get your tan going down the shore, Vince Fumo will find out if he's spending his summer (and possibly a lot longer) in federal prison.
Prosecutors will push for at least ten years, considering his convictions on all 137 counts in his corruption trial.
We checked in with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to find out what a typical day is like and where Fumo would be tucking himself in at night. Don't think The Shawshank Redemption. It wouldn't be a maximum-security prison. It would likely be a minimum-security prison camp for white-collar criminals where there is more freedom to move around. The closest to home would be Ft. Dix in New Jersey or Allenwood in central Pennsylvania.
Here's the daily schedule:
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6:00AM Lights on
7:30AM Work call
3:30PM End of The Work Day
9:00PM Compound Closes
11:30PM Lights Out
The good news is, it looks like the work-day is really just 8 hours (some of you crazy-busy types might consider that a respite).
On the day Fumo was convicted, Former U.S. Attorney Pat Meehan -- the man who brought the original corruption charges against Fumo -- basically quashed any notion that white-collar criminals enjoy any country-club type amenities.
"There is no pleasure in prison," Meehan told NBC10's Tim Lake.
He said the best thing Fumo could look forward to behind bars, "is a job in the library."