Where is Don Siegelman, today?
On February 8, 2017, Don Siegelman was discharged from the Oakdale Federal Prison Facility.
In the winter of 2017, Don Siegelman was released from Oakdale Federal Prison through the Early Release Program to constricted house arrest. There he was closely supervised by BOP parole officers, with many of the same limits that he was under on the inside. In addition, he wore an ankle monitor. Don completed his “debt to society” in the Spring of 2019. His intermittent imprisonment lasted for over a decade, starting when he was first cuffed and shackled in Judge Mark Fuller’s courtroom in 2007.
The Political Prosecution successfully destroyed Siegelman’s career as a lawyer and a politician and put his family and friends through untold misery. The Prosecution was a modern, bloodless assassination.