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Guilty, Not Guilty, Mistrial
The Wall Street Journal
Monday, March 20, 2006


Check the scorecard and see how some high-profile defendants fared.

Frank Quattrone | Bernard Ebbers | Richard Scrushy | John Rigas | Dennis Kozlowski | Mark Belnick | Andrew Fastow | Martha Stewart | Joseph Nacchio | Walter Forbes | Martin Grass | Jamie Olis

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FRANK QUATTRONE (CSFB)
Conviction Overturned:

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BERNARD EBBERS (WORLDCOM)
Guilty:

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RICHARD M. SCRUSHY (HEALTHSOUTH)
Acquitted:

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JOHN RIGAS (ADELPHIA)
Guilty:

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L. DENNIS KOZLOWSKI (TYCO)
Guilty:

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MARK BELNICK (TYCO)
Acquitted:

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ANDREW FASTOW (ENRON)
Guilty:

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MARTHA STEWART (MARTHA STEWART LIVING OMNIMEDIA)
Guilty:

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JOSEPH NACCHIO (QWEST COMMUNICATIONS)
Indicted: Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio was indicted in December 2005 on 42 counts of insider trading accusing him of illegally selling off $101 million in stock.  In 2006, former Qwest executive Marc B. Weisberg was fined $250,000 and sentenced to 60 days of home detention after pleading guilty to wire fraud.  He pleaded guilty last year to a single charge of wire fraud in a deal that requires him to cooperate with prosecutors trying to convict Mr. Nacchio.

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WALTER FORBES (CENDANT)
Two Mistrials:

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MARTIN GRASS (RITE AID)
Guilty:

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JAMIE OLIS (DYNEGY)
Guilty:

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