Bynum gets two more years in prison
- Stephens ex-banker awaits sentencing after conviction on perjury count. McKenna, Jon // Bond Buyer;09/03/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30222, p2
Reports that banker Preston C. Bynum could be headed back to prison after a jury found him guilty of perjury. Imprisonment due to a bribery case involving Terry D. Busbee, an Escambia County, Florida Utilities Authority official; Sentence awaited following perjury conviction; Role of Worthen...
- Jury seated for former banker's perjury trial. McKenna, Jon // Bond Buyer;08/04/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30201, p2
Reports that Stephens Inc.'s former banker Preston Bynum who has already served time for a pay-to-play scheme will be tried for perjury. Bynum's alleged lying to a federal grand jury in Pensacola, Florida.
- How to Estimate the Daugherty Evidence. // New Republic;3/26/24, Vol. 38 Issue 486, p112
Evaluates evidences of the current legal investigation of the bribery-case against U.S. attorney general Harry M. Daugherty. Analysis of present stage of the investigation as per official records and witnesses like Senators Roxie Stinson and Gaston B. Means; Discredit of all testimonies and such...
- The Twelfth Man Hangs A Jury A holdout in Daniel Flood's bribery case causes a mistrial. // Time;2/19/1979, Vol. 113 Issue 8, p97
The article reports on the refusal of retired Navy cook William Cash, the twelfth juror, to convict Pennsylvania Democratic Congressman Daniel Flood in his trial for taking more than 60,000 dollars bribe in the U.S. It mentions that eleven jurors heard enough to convict Flood, but not Cash who...
- BANK MANAGER IN TYRE ABSCONDS WITH $4 MILLION. // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);9/30/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4950, p1
The article reports an incidence in Tyre, Lebanon, wherein a bank manager has stolen a sum of 4 million U.S. dollars believed to be owned by Al Jammal.
- Punish the liars. Crane, Mark // American Enterprise;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p14
Focuses on perjury. Police officers as typically among the most truthful testifiers in court; Reluctance to punish perjury.
- Legal pad. Hertzberg, Hendrik // New Yorker;02/09/98, Vol. 73 Issue 46, p32
Discusses the legal stance on perjury, making no distinction between satanic webs of penicious falsehoods and human stupidity. What is considered to be the degrees of perjury; How perjury is identified.
- MNB fines savings cooperative Rum Ã©s VidÃ©ke. // Hungary A.M.;4/23/2015, p6
The article reports that The National Bank of Hungary (MNB) recently levied a fine of over Hungarian Forint (HUF) 3 million on the savings cooperative Rum Ã©s VidÃ©ke for its failure to disclose the statutorily required information to the clients.
- Foreclosure Mess May Hurt Nonperforming. Collins, Brian // Mortgage Servicing News;Nov2010, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p38
The article focuses on the issues relative to foreclosure malpractice on nonperforming mortgages in the U.S.