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September 6, 2006

Latest Olis resentencing news

According to this Houston Chronicle article, the government has now suggested a new guideline sentence calculation in the run up to Jamie Olis's upcoming resentencing, "Prosecutors argue that former Dynegy employee Jamie Olis should be resentenced to a 12 1/2 -year prison term based on the amount of taxes the company tried to save through financial transactions."

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