Ex-Frontier Holdings CEO Seeks Retrial Over Bad Evidence

Law360, New York (September 14, 2011, 6:24 PM EDT) -- Frontier Holdings Inc.'s former CEO told a Georgia federal court Tuesday that he should get a new trial in his fraud and money laundering case because prosecutors allegedly introduced impermissible evidence.

Jeffrey Wallace Edwards, 46, claims in his motion for acquittal or a new trial that prosecutors told jurors about his prior behavior — a bad check he gave to the escrow agent in a related civil suit — even though they were not supposed to. They were also allowed to introduce emails that contained allegedly...
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USA v. Edwards et al


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3:09-cr-00004

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Georgia Northern

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May 6, 2009

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