No prison time for NY lawyer who laundered $18M

Jonathan Bristol pleads for mercy over involvement in Ponzi scheme; 'hero worship clouded his judgment,' judge says

, New York Law Journal

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Former Winston & Strawn partner Jonathan Bristol, who laundered money through attorney escrow accounts for investment advisor Kenneth Starr and his Ponzi scheme, will not serve any prison time, Southern District Judge Deborah Batts ruled yesterday.

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  • jatlanta

    The story never mentions where Mr. Bristol received any money for his participation in this sceme. Does anyone know if he did?

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