Ex-Racer Can't Get New Trial On Fraud Conviction

Law360, New York (October 13, 2017, 7:27 PM EDT) -- Former partners Tommy C. Constantine and Phillip A. Kenner are not entitled to a redo after being convicted in 2015 of orchestrating a multimillion-dollar fraud that preyed on professional hockey players and Long Island businessmen, a federal judge ruled Friday.

Both men sought retrials after being convicted on overlapping wire fraud, conspiracy and money laundering counts following a nine-week criminal trial, citing prosecutorial misconduct and new evidence that would allegedly exonerate them, among other things. The government has vehemently opposed both motions.

In Friday’s exhaustive, 93-page,...
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USA v. Kenner et al


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2:13-cr-00607

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New York Eastern

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October 29, 2013

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