Appeals Court reduces most serious conviction of restaurant owner Eva Christian

After her 2012 trial, Eva Christian stood sentenced to a nine-year prison term on the corrupt activity count, and an aggregate seven-year prison term on the four remaining counts (false alarms and insurance fraud), which were to run concurrently. The first decision by the Court of Appeals (2014) dismissed the most serious felony count and cut Christian’s sentencing ceiling […]

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