Thursday, September 23, 2004

Quattrone Doesn't Want to Go to Prison. Imagine that. Frank P. Quattrone, the former Credit Suisse First Boston banker, asked a federal appeals court to reverse a judge's order requiring him to surrender to prison by Oct. 28 to begin serving an 18-month sentence for obstructing justice.

Mr. Quattrone filed court papers yesterday asking the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan to allow him to remain free pending the appeal of his conviction. At his sentencing on Sept. 8, Judge Richard Owen of United States District Court rejected an agreement reached by defense lawyers and prosecutors that would have temporarily kept Mr. Quattrone out of prison.

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