As a white-collar criminal, the now-deposed king of the plaintiff bar was supposed to serve his sentence at a minimum-security prison camp. Instead, William Lerach is getting a taste of hard time. This summer he was put in administrative segregation, locked down for 23 hours a day, after he allegedly offered a corrections officer the use of season football tickets, say three people familiar with the situation. Should a formal proceeding go against him, Lerach could wind up in a higher-security facility.
Lerach in Lockdown After Allegedly Offering Football Tickets to Guard
September 9, 2008