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A former employee of Memory Lane Classics, a car restoration company in Chisholm, was charged Tuesday with wire fraud and transaction money laundering.
Tom Petters reportedly claims that his former attorney, Jon Hopeman, never told him about a pretrial offer from prosecutors to cap his punishment at 30 years in exchange for a guilty plea.
If convicted for fleeing a prison camp, Gerald Greenfield could have up to five more years tacked on to his existing sentence.
Faegre Baker Daniels went from unranked to number 66 on The American Lawyer’s list of the 100 largest U.S. law firms.
If convicted, Michael Krzyzaniak, who was already serving a 12-year prison sentence, could have five more years tacked on for fleeing a prison camp.
The Minnetonka-based company said that the settlement is expected to impact second-quarter earnings.
Prominent local figure Ted Mondale reportedly received a loan from Tom Petters in 2005, and he has agreed to hand over $50,000 to the receiver for Petters’ case.
The U.S. Postal Service still expects to add 400 new carrier assistants in Minnesota despite Congress’ move to thwart a shortened mail week.
The North Dakota Supreme Court denied a request to reconsider its recent ruling, which deemed locked-out American Crystal Sugar workers eligible for unemployment benefits.
Image Sensing Systems fired two Polish employees who are being investigated for alleged criminal conduct; the company's investigation into the matter, meanwhile, has cost $1.5 million to date.
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