Bynum gets two more years in prison

McKenna, Jon
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/13/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30272, p44
Trade Publication
Reports that former Stephens Inc. banker Preston C. Bynum has been sentenced to another two years in federal prison on November 12, 1997 for lying to the grand jury that investigated his earlier bribery of an official with a Pensacola, Florida authority. Terms of the sentence; Background on the trial in late August 1997 that convicted Bynum; Highlights of Bynum's personal jury indictment.


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