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Former Scott Rothstein partner Russell Adler was charged Friday with conspiring to illegally funnel donations to former Governor Charlie Crist as well as the campaign of former presidential candidate U.S...Adler, 52, a former name partner at the
A Broward lawyer who is accused of helping Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein to pull off his massive fraud is expected to plead guilty to a wire fraud conspiracy charge on Thursday, federal court records show. Doug Bates, 55, a Plantation lawyer who
Her attorney, Valentin Rodriguez Jr., said that Kitterman and he were deeply disappointed but had no regrets about their trial strategy...We felt he was essential to our defense the jury needed to see him and how manipulative he was and is...
Attorney Christine Kitterman took the witness stand in her defense Monday and told jurors she only learned about Scott Rothstein's fraud after he fled to Morocco on Halloween weekend 2009. Kitterman told the jurors that while she participated in an
Crist's campaign and defenders vociferously denied Scott Rothstein's testimony Wednesday and Thursday as the desperate act of a fraudster seeking to shave time off a 50-year prison sentence for the $1.4 billion Ponzi scheme he masterminded. But
February 04, 2014 "Rothstein is in a witness protection program within the federal prison system because he supplied authorities with information about organized crime figures, according to court records."...Seriously, Rothstein was under heavy
When Scott Rothstein takes his first turn on the witness stand probably this week, in the criminal trial of his former employee Christina Kitterman her defense hopes she will look like a very small pawn easily manipulated by the $1.4 billion conman. "
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein is returning to South Florida and will testify, probably next week, as a defense witness in the criminal trial of one of his former employees, her defense attorney said Thursday. Rothstein, now serving 50 years in
A Broward lawyer, who was barred from working as an attorney while facing criminal charges that he helped Scott Rothstein's Ponzi scheme, is now allowed to practice law so long as he is supervised by a colleague...Bates, 54, of Parkland , was
Rothstein quickly turned government snitch after his massive $1.4 billion investment fraud imploded in October 2009, and his testimony has since helped federal prosecutors to convict more than a dozen people. All those convicted so far have reached