In March 1997, when Alexander Tolchinsky was charged withselling fake driver’s licenses in Brooklyn, he knew he could faceserious jail time if the case ended badly.

He was already on probation in New Jersey, as well as in NewYork, for convictions relating to a host of credit card scams inthe early 1990s, shortly after he came to this country fromRussia.

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