Prison Urged for Ex-Nixon Lawyer in Ponzi Scheme

, The National Law Journal

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A former Nixon Peabody securities partner convicted of backdating documents for a Beverly Hills businessman as part of a $20 million Ponzi scheme should be sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison, according to a court document filed by federal prosecutors in response to a U.S. Probation Office's presentence report.

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  • Dennis Bedard

    That headline threw me off for a moment. Guess I am a real old timer. I started reading the article and thought James St. Clair or John Mitchell climbed out of the grave and started ripping people off. Or maybe John Dean branched off into a new endeavor.

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