From the Daily Politics:
A press conference will be held today to announce the unsealing of a criminal complaint charging New York State Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio with honest services fraud relating to his alleged receipt of hundreds of thousands of dollars in corrupt payments from various entities with business before the State of New York.
Seminerio Faces Fraud Charge
More from WABC:
A 72-year-old Queens assemblyman is accused of receiving more than $500,000 in "consulting" fees that authorities say accounted to nothing more than veiled political payoffs.
Anthony Seminerio was charged in scheme allegedly designed to defraud the public, using his three decades in the state assembly to afford clients access that "you can't buy for a million dollars."
Seminerio is alleged to have used his consulting firm, Marc Consultants, to solicit and receive more than $500,000 in consulting fees from people with business before the state.
In reality, prosecutors say Seminerio did little or no consulting work, and hid his clients behind a state law that enabled him to avoid disclosing their names.
Assemblyman charged in alleged scam
The NY Times has the actual complaint.