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PA. JUDGE REJECTS SHORTER PRISON TERM FOR RITE AID EX-CEO United States v. Grass

10 No. 1 ANSLRR 10Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

PA. JUDGE REJECTS SHORTER PRISON TERM FOR RITE AID EX-CEO United States v. Grass

10 No. 1 ANSLRR 10Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

10 No. 1 Andrews Sec. Litig. & Reg. Rep. 10
Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter
*1 May 19, 2004
Criminal Charges
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PA. JUDGE REJECTS SHORTER PRISON TERM FOR RITE AID EX-CEO

United States v. Grass

Briefs and Other Related Documents
Despite the recommendation of prosecutors, a federal judge in Harrisburg, Pa., has rejected a plea bargain that limited the potential 10-year prison term of former Rite Aid Corp. CEO Martin Grass to eight years for his role in the pharmacy chain's...
(Memorandum of Defendant Martin L. Grass Regarding Selected Sentencing Guidelines Issues), Trial Pleading (April 13, 2004)
(Government's Sentencing Memorandum), Trial Pleading (April 07, 2004)
(Memorandum), Trial Motion and Memorandum (April 21, 2004)
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