Federal prosecutors are attempting to immediately imprison former McKesson HBOC Chairman Charles McCall because he did not inform court personnel about a 2006 arrest for soliciting a prostitute, according to a government court filing.

A jury convicted McCall last month on several counts of securities fraud, but he has remained out on bail while litigating post-trial motions. Sentencing on the securities fraud counts charges isn’t due until next year.

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