OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- Former Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Carroll Fisher has pleaded no contest to accepting bribes.
Fisher has been ordered to spend six months in a private lock-down facility.
Fisher will also be eligible for a work release program. And he will also serve 4-years and 6-months probation once he's released.
Fisher has already served time in prison for embezzling $1,000 of his own campaign money.
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