Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Tick Tock.


Hey, what do you know, Rothstein was cooperating all along:

"We are in the process of finalizing a plea agreement,'' Marc Nurik, Rothstein's attorney, told The Miami Herald Tuesday. ``I can't comment on any of the details.''

U.S. District Judge James Cohn will set a date for Rothstein, 47, to plead guilty in coming weeks, to be followed by his sentencing a few months later -- capping the biggest investment fraud case in South Florida history.

Rothstein has been cooperating with authorities as they build cases against members of his inner circle and now-defunct Las Olas Boulevard law firm. Typically, defendants who provide information that results in additional prosecutions do so seeking a benefit: the possibility of a reduced sentence down the road.

So which members of the inner circle and his old law firm are next?

9 comments:

  1. GG Gal:

    If two associates bump uglies in the night, and no partners or paralegals are there to catch them, which client do they bill?

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  3. To our esteemed host, SFL:

    love the post title ("Tick Tock"), the picture of fat boy (holding watches) and the implication of both to current events (fatg boy's plea is a coming).

    you're good.

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  4. Nurik's Fake ChoppersJanuary 6, 2010 at 9:47 AM

    Ditto 9:17.

    I cannot tell a lie.

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  5. "There's a dramatic difference in his personality," Nurik said of Rothstein after the hearing. "I don't notice the tics" -- at that moment Nurik actually mimicked a tic -- "and I don't notice what people describe as ADD behavior."

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