Bankman-Fried Faces 115 Years in Prison: Trial to Begin on Oct. 3

Tomorrow, Oct. 3, 2023, marks the start of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s trial in a Manhattan federal courtroom, where he faces up to 115 years in prison against fraud and conspiracy accusations related to his company’s operations and eventual collapse. Despite being charged, he has pleaded “not guilty” on all account. Battery towards the end of Q4 2022 saw him granted the highest pre-trial bail bond in U.S. history, though efforts have been made by the prosecution to abandon that status. When their beses failed, the executive was sent to surveillance, only recently being declined temporary freedom when seeking it prior to the span of proceedings.

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