Federal prosecutors have outlined their restitution plan in Scott Rothstein’s criminal case for 218 victims of his Ponzi fraud, saying they have legitimate claims totaling $188 million.

The recovery percentage remains to be seen as the government culls what is left of the one-time power broker’s fallen empire through confiscated cash and the sale of homes, cars, boats, jewelry and other luxury items.

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