A federal appeals court has upheld denial of the benefit of a plea bargain to a lawyer-defendant who kept downplaying his responsibility for the crime.

Jonathan Saint Preux, a former Irvington, N.J., solo, was sentenced to 57 months for submitting false immigration documents, 11 more months than the most he would have received under the plea deal.

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