Indicted Assemblyman William Scarborough is scheduled to plead guilty May 7 to two felony federal corruption charges, the Daily News has learned.
Scarborough was charged last year in an 11-count indictment by the Albany U.S. attorney's office with improperly claiming taxpayer-funded travel expenses.
As part of the tentative plea deal, Scarborough will cop to one count of improperly receiving money from a program that receives federal funds, a source with knowledge of the situation said.
He'll also plead to a count of wire fraud connected to transmitting of the ill-gotten gains into his bank accounts, the source said.
By pleading guilty to the two felonies, Scarborough will automatically be forced to give up his seat.
It's unclear whether the latest disgraced Albany lawmaker will face prison time.
He faces a maximum sentence of 10 years for improperly receiving money from a program that receives federal funds and up to 20 years for the wire fraud charge.
He could also be fined a maximum of $250,000 on each count.