Ex-Goldman Banker Says Deportation Conflicts With Sentence

Law360 (October 9, 2020, 5:07 PM EDT) -- A French former Goldman Sachs banker who was recently sentenced to home confinement for insider trading told a New York federal court Thursday that an order from immigration authorities to leave the U.S. by Oct. 24 directly conflicts with the terms of his supervised release.

Bryan Cohen's legal team urgently sought the court's guidance in the matter, explaining in a letter that disobeying a directive from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services would violate the court's order, as would complying with the directive and returning to France before finishing serving his sentence.

"We have learned that beyond violating his terms of supervised...

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