Former state Comptroller Alan Hevesi will be released from prison Wednesday morning following his successful bid for parole last month.
The former comptroller served 20 months of his 1-to-4-year sentence imposed in New York County. He was doing time for a massive pay-to-play scandal involving the state’s pension fund.
Hevesi has been an inmate since April 15, 2011. He will remain under community supervision until April 14, 2015, and will reside in Queens County.
Under the conditions of his release, he will not communicate with his partners-in-crime: Henry Morris, Elliot Broidy and David Loglisci. He will also abide by a curfew.
The following is a complete list of the community supervision conditions: