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Sam Bankman-Fried makes court appearance to switch lawyers before sentencing


Fried made a brief court appearance in New York to change lawyers before his March sentencing. He is facing prison time after being convicted in November of wire fraud and conspiracy related to the ... Read More

Judge allows Sam Bankman-Fried to keep his new lawyers after prosecutors warn of conflict of interest


US District Judge Lewis Kaplan ruled that Sam Bankman-Fried could retain his new lawyers despite a noted conflict of interest. In Manhattan federal court on Wednesday, Bankman-Fried assured Kaplan he ... Read More

Judge Cracks Down Harshly on Misbehaving Sam Bankman-Fried


A federal judge reduced Sam Bankman-Fried’s ability to engage with the online world on Tuesday, ordering that he have access to just two electronic devices: a phone without an internet ... Read More

Sam Bankman-Fried pressed in court over past comments


Sam Bankman-Fried struggled to account for the management of his now-bankrupt crypto exchange, FTX, as his fraud trial neared its conclusion on Tuesday. Prosecutors in New York finished ... Read More

Sam Bankman-Fried to return to court for hearing over legal representation


former FTX CEO Sam “SBF” Bankman-Fried will appear before a judge to address potential conflicts of interest in his legal team. In a Feb. 7 filing in United States District Court for the ... Read More

Judge sends FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried to jail as bail revoked


In federal court in New York, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried is escorted by court officers from the courtroom (Elizabeth Williams/AP) He was ... his internet and phone usage. The judge noted ... Read More

Judge Denies Sam Bankman-Fried Request for a Longer Sentencing Process


A federal judge denied onetime FTX CEO Sam Bankman ... at trial." Bankman-Fried was convicted on seven charges of fraud and conspiracy last month, after prosecutors alleged he misappropriated ... Read More

Sam Bankman-Fried's Parents Aghast at Lawsuit Asking for FTX Money Back


After reportedly receiving ... Now, around four months and a disastrous court appearance by Bankman-Fried later, Bankman and Fried are trying to have a US bankruptcy judge dismiss the suit against ... Read More

Federal Prosecutors Charge Sam Bankman-Fried With Attempt To Bribe Chinese Officials With $40 Million


In a new indictment unsealed on Tuesday, officials charged Sam-Bankman Fried ... On Tuesday, Judge Lewis A. Kaplan approved a modification to Bankman-Fried’s bail terms to limit his access to the ... Read More

Sam Bankman-Fried rests defense case against federal fraud charges


MANHATTAN (CN) — Disgraced cryptocurrency mogul Sam Bankman ... Bankman-Fried said he had engaged in bankruptcy and liquidation proceedings with Bahamian regulators quickly after the collapse of FTX ... Read More

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Sam Bankman-Fried makes court appearance to switch lawyers before March sentencing


A foot-tapping FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried made a brief appearance in a New York courtroom to switch lawyers before his sentencing next month. Read More


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