A federal appeals court has partially reversed the conviction of a former investment adviser convicted two years ago of tax evasion and mail fraud stemming from a criminal case first brought in 1997.
A federal appeals court in Chicago reversed two of Conrad M. Black's 2007 convictions for fraud on Friday, but it upheld a third fraud conviction as well as a guilty verdict for obstruction of justice. Read Post
A federal appeals court reversed the conviction of Joseph Collins, a former outside lawyer to Refco, the collapsed brokerage firm. A retrial could be complicated by the death of a key witness, Santo Maggio. Read Post
Evelyn Litwok is a happy woman this week. Monday, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals reversed Litwok's tax evasion convictions for the 1996 and 1997 tax years due to lack of sufficient evidence, and vacated and remanded her convict... Read Post