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Ex-Stanford Exec Gets Redo In Bid to Ditch 20-Year SentenceAs reported on September 2, 2020 on LAW360, The Fifthe Circuit on Tuesday gave former Stanford Financial Group executive Gilbert Lopez another opportunity to challenge his 20-year prison sentence for his role in Robert Allen Stanford’s $7 billion Ponzi scheme, ordering a lower court to reconsider a bid claiming that Lopez’s trial attorneys led him astray.
The New York Times – Ex-Blue Bell President Wins Dismissal of U.S. Listeria Outbreak ChargesAs reported on JULY 15, 2020 on The New York Times, A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed charges against the former president of Blue Bell Creameries, who U.S. prosecutors said concealed from customers what the company knew about contaminated ice cream linked to a 2015 listeria outbreak.
Bloomberg – Ex-Blue Bell CEO’s Charges in Fatal Listeria Outbreak TossedAs reported on JULY 15, 2020 on Bloomberg, A federal judge dismissed felony charges against Blue Bell Creameries’ former chief executive officer over a fatal 2015 outbreak of listeria linked to tainted ice cream.
Huntley Grichor not guilty of murder
As reported on July 11, 2020 –