NEW YORK Two members of the renowned Cipriani restaurant family have pled guilty to tax evasion and have agreed to pay $10 million in restitution, according to news reports. Arrigo Cipriani, 75, and his son Guiseppe, 42, are scheduled to be sentenced in October. They could be given prison time of up to a year. But the office of Manhattan district attorney Robert Morgenthau is expected to recommend five years of probation for the elder Cipriani and three years for his son.Along with ...

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