Ex-J.P. Morgan Executives Plead Not Guilty

Cataldo, Adam L.
July 2004
Bond Buyer;7/8/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31921, p4
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Reports that former J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. executives Charles LeCroy and Anthony Snell pleaded not guilty to federal charges in connection with a pay-to-play investigation at their arraignment in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Maximum sentences faced for charges of wire fraud; Lawyers of LeCroy and Snell.


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