Former State Comptroller Alan Hevesi will be released from prison Wednesday.
A state parole board panel approved Hevesi's release last month.
He's been behind bars since April of last year after a guilty plea on felony corruption charges in a pay-to-play pension scandal.
The Queens Democrat was originally sentenced to one to four years.
He will be on parole through April 2015.
Former Queens lawmaker Hiram Monserrate was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday.
He must also pay $79,000 in restitution after he pleaded guilty in May to felony conspiracy and mail fraud.
Prosecutors say he diverted $100,000 in City Council grant funds to pay for an unsuccessful state Senate campaign.
"From a very early age I learned when you commit sins you must atone for the sins," Monserrate said. "I took responsibility and this is part of the atonement."
The judge who issued the sentencing compared Monserrate to former president Richard Nixon and said people who use other people's money for their own purposes belong in the lowest level of hell.
The former state Senator is scheduled to report to prison on March 11.