Circuit Upholds Stewart's Conviction, Orders Judge to Revoke Her Bail

, New York Law Journal

Disbarred lawyer Lynne Stewart faced having her bail revoked yesterday as a federal appeals court upheld her conviction and directed a review of the short prison sentence she was given for providing material support to a terror conspiracy. A divided Second Circuit panel ordered Southern District Judge John G. Koeltl to take a second look at the sentence of two years and four months he meted out in 2006, a stretch that Ms. Stewart observed to supporters afterwards she could do "standing on my head."

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