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Marc Agnifilo said the plea will allow Uzac to put the matter behind him. “Because the loans were fully repaid, we were offered, and we accepted, a non-jail resolution,” Agnifilo said in a statement.
Mr. Uzac and Mr. Anderson both entered guilty pleas Friday to one count each of first-degree scheme to defraud and second-degree money laundering in a lower Manhattan courtroom. They are set to be sentenced in April and aren’t expected to serve prison time, under terms agreed to by the judge overseeing the case, Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Ruth Pickholz, who said Friday that she could sentence them to probation, community service or some combination of both.