Ex-Atty Makes Plea For Leniency In Galleon Spinoff

Law360, New York (May 2, 2011, 7:48 PM EDT) -- The first defendant slated to be sentenced in the Galleon Group LLC insider trading scandal, former Ropes & Gray LLP associate Arthur Cutillo, asked a New York judge on Friday not to send him to prison.

Attorneys for Cutillo, 34, who pled guilty in December to securities fraud and conspiracy to commit securities fraud, described in a sentencing memorandum his path from a working-class New Jersey boy to a successful lawyer and family man, through personal tragedy and into the worst mistake of his life....
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