Judge denies motion to dismiss most charges against Sam Bankman-Fried
A judge denied an attempt by the FTX co-founder's legal team to dismiss most charges against him....
- A federal judge denied Sam Bankman-Fried's motion to dismiss or sever most of the criminal charges he faces.
- Bankman-Fried faces over 100 years in prison if convicted and given maximum sentence on all counts, including fraud-related charges regarding allegations that he and other FTX executives used billions in customer assets to make their own failed investments.
- He is currently under house arrest, confined to his parents' home.
- The criminal trial is currently scheduled for October, though Bankman-Fried's lawyers have also requested a delay in that proceeding.
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