March 24 Report on Minkow Conspiracy Charges

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March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Barry Minkow, an ex-convict who founded a fraud-detection firm and became a minister, was charged today by federal officials with conspiracy in a case involving homebuilder Lennar Corp. Minkow, 45, was accused in Miami of conspiracy to commit securities fraud in a charging document known as an information, which typically precedes a guilty plea. The charge carries a maximum prison sentence of 60 months, his attorney, Alvin Entin, said today in an e-mail. Bloomberg's Suzanne O'Halloran and Mark Crumpton report. (Source: Bloomberg)


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