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The range of Mr. Agnifilo’s cases is truly one of a kind. These receive news coverage because he specializes in sensitive and high profile matters.
Marc Agnifilo said the plea will allow Uzac to put the matter behind him. “Because the loans were fully repaid, we were offered, and we accepted, a non-jail resolution,” Agnifilo said in a statement.
Mr. Uzac and Mr. Anderson both entered guilty pleas Friday to one count each of first-degree scheme to defraud and second-degree money laundering in a lower Manhattan courtroom. They are set to be sentenced in April and aren’t expected to serve prison time, under terms agreed to by the judge overseeing the case, Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Ruth Pickholz, who said Friday that she could sentence them to probation, community service or some combination of both.
Obus detailed a “staggering” series of late disclosures in Pierides’ case, despite clear instructions from the judge and repeated requests from Pierides’ defense lawyers, Marc Agnifilo, Teny Geragos and Andrea Zellan of the firm Brafman & Associates.
His attorneys moved to dismiss the case in mid-January, after the DA’s office disclosed a deluge of information ahead of a trial scheduled for Jan. 21, including a recording of an interview in which Ifeanyi “Manny” Madu, the DEP official involved, denied taking bribes.
A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. managing director appeared and pled not guilty in Brooklyn federal court on Monday after being extradited from Malaysia to face U.S. charges in the alleged $2.7 billion fraud on Malaysia’s sovereign wealth fund, 1Malaysia Development Bhd
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. managing director Roger Ng Chong Hwa has agreed to be extradited from Malaysia to the U.S. to face charges of conspiring to misappropriate more than $2.7 billion from Malaysia’s sovereign wealth fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad.
Jurors on Long Island delivered a partial verdict on Thursday in a political corruption trial of three defendants, acquitting John Venditto, the former supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay on charges of conspiracy, bribery, fraud, making false statements and obstructing justice.
Mr. Buck’s acquittal reverberated through the legal community. The Justice Department had now lost the three cases it had tried against foreign bankers who helped Americans avoid taxes.
A former Swiss banker was found not guilty on Tuesday of U.S. charges that he conspired to help Americans hide millions of dollars in offshore accounts to evade taxes.