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A New York judge decided to allow Alan Kaufman to remain free on bail while he appeals his conviction on bribery and his prison sentence.

Kaufman’s lawyer filed a notice of appeal about two weeks after U.S. Court Judge for the Southern District of New York Lewis A. Kaplan sentenced the former president/CEO of Melrose Credit Union to three years and eight months in prison on Sept. 29. A jury found Kaufman guilty on two counts of bribery in March.

Peter Strozniak

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