This time, the judge was tougher on former investment adviser Mohammed Movassaghi.
The 43-year-old Vancouver resident received a sentence of just one day in jail in April after he was caught running an illegal nightclub in his penthouse apartment.
Movassaghi is now back in jail, serving a 29-day sentence after being caught selling liquor again.
Vancouver police also revealed in a news release that he was convicted on two counts of failing to comply with a health officer's order.
In addition to jail time, Movassaghi must spent 12 months on probation and pay a $10,000 fine.
When he received his one-day sentence in April for operating "Granny's Exotic Bar" in his Richards Street condo, this came as a result of a deal between the B.C. Prosecution Service and his lawyer, who happened to be his brother.
Meanwhile, the director of civil forfeiture has filed documents in B.C. Supreme Court seeking to seize Movassaghi's property because it's been used for "unlawful activities".