This Time, Quattrone Is Guilty

Less combative than at his first trial, which ended in a hung jury, the former banker and CSFB star faces the near certainty of prison

Former investment-banker Frank Quattrone didn't have to wait long for a verdict in his second trial on federal obstruction-of-justice charges. The jury found him guilty on all counts at about 2 p.m. on May 3, after deliberating for about five hours over two days. Deliberations in his first trial had dragged on for more than a week before ending with a hung jury and a mistrial.

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