John Zaccaro Jr., son of 1984 Democratic vice presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro, was sentenced Thursday in Rutland, Vt., to one to four years in jail for selling cocaine, with all but four months suspended, despite his mother's tearful plea he had been punished enough. U.S. District Judge Francis McCaffrey also fined Zaccaro $1,500 and ordered him to perform 3,000 hours of community service. Zaccaro, just before being sentenced, told the judge: "I'm truly sorry for my mistake. I'm truly sorry for the pain and suffering I've caused my family."