Former Access Exec. Seeks Leniency In Kickbacks Case

Law360, New York (May 22, 2015, 7:27 PM EDT) -- A former executive of a health care-focused marketing company who pled guilty to altering tax files after being accused in New York federal court of taking kickbacks, should be given a light sentence because he fought through child abuse and learning disabilities to become a successful person, he claimed in a sentencing memorandum Thursday.

The former executive of Access Communications LLC, Matthew J. Mitrow Jr., was raised by an alcoholic, abusive father, was arrested for drugs in high school and suffered from learning disabilities, but still...
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