The senator, who will be expelled from office, is scheduled to be sentenced in March, but will appeal the verdict.
More than 200 residents living in New York City’s housing projects were given Kodak disposable cameras and sent out to document their day-to-day lives.
The senator and his son allegedly extorted $100,000 from a company that lobbied the lawmaker.
The change in leadership comes a week after Skelos was arrested on federal corruption charges.
Transcripts of senator's recorded calls give rare glimpse into Albany "sausage making."
The powerful state lawmaker from Rockville Centre is accused of taking bribes.