Potential Stiff White-Collar Sentence ‘Off the Chart’

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Former Dynegy executive Jamie Olis, convicted of securities fraud last year, would draw 24 to 30 years in prison if the judge sentencing him follows recommendations from federal probation officials, his lawyers say. The potential sentence raised eyebrows among legal experts, reports the Houston Chronicle. Kirby Behre, a former federal prosecutor and co-author of the
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