Second Circuit Vacates Convicted Mortgage Scammer's 16-Year Verdict

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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It seemed to be done and gone, a high-profile, multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud case that landed a Norwalk businessman a 16-year prison sentence back in 2010. But an appellate court decision has thrown the case back to a federal trial court for resentencing, a move that has captured the attention of some Connecticut white-collar lawyers.

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