Former Dewey & LeBoeuf executive Joel Sanders, who managed to avoid a jail sentence despite his felony convictions, has urged a New York judge to reduce or revoke a $1 million fine due to his “dire financial circumstances.”

But the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Sanders is misleading the court, noting he has extensive assets, including an oceanfront front condo in Miami, a $675,000 Long Island home he owns outright, about a million dollars in liquid assets and securities, leases to luxury vehicles and at least a $350,000 salary at his current firm, Greenspoon Marder, where he is chief operating officer.

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