DOJ Threatened Dynegy To Stop Funding: Exec

Law360, New York (October 8, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A former Dynegy Inc. tax attorney who is currently serving a six-year term in prison on securities fraud charges is seeking to reverse his conviction, claiming that federal prosecutors kept him from receiving proper funding for his defense.

Jamie Olis' new attorney John M. O'Quinn announced on Monday that he had filed a memorandum in a Texas federal court asking to vacate his conviction and dismiss the charges against him because his Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights for due process and ability to fund his defense...
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