Another former Ropes & Gray attorney has been swept up in the wide-ranging probe into insider trading in Manhattan.

Former Ropes & Gray associate Brien Santarlas, 33, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and securities fraud Thursday, telling Southern District Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck that he stole information about clients of the firm, reaping $32,500 in kickbacks.

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