Federal prosecutors are arguing for a four-year sentence for former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.).
The Justice Department wants Jackson to give back the $750,000 he took from his reelection campaign and forfeit an additional $750,000.
On Feb. 20, Jackson and wife Sandi Jackson pled guilty to taking the $750,000 from his campaign and using that money on over 3,000 purchases including a $43,350 Rolex watch and items previously owned by Malcolm X and Bruce Lee.
Federal prosecutors are hoping that Sandi Jackson will be sentenced to 18 months in prison. She also pled guilty to not reporting $600,000 in income. The sentencing memo says she "stole" that money, according to the Sun-Times.
Jackson Jr.'s attorney reportedly hope he will get a shorter prison sentence.