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1. I'll be there(=in prison) for seven years for making fake money.

2. I'll be there (=in prison) for seven years for having made fake money.

(Which expression is grammatical?)

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    both are syntactically correct, but the first is better.

    The crime was making fake money.
    Of course, having made it, you are guilty of making it.

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