Attorney Jason Goldfarb was ordered to serve three years in prison Friday for being the link between Zvi Goffer’s insider traders and two lawyers at Ropes & Gray who stole confidential information from firm clients.

Southern District Judge Richard Sullivan handed down that sentence after hearing emotional pleas from nearly a dozen family, friends and clients of Mr. Goldfarb who urged the judge to keep the defendant out of prison.

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