Veteran defense attorney Lynne Stewart cried tears of relief Monday as a federal judge ordered her to serve a dramatically lower sentence than prosecutors had requested for her conviction on providing material support to a terrorist conspiracy.
Southern District Judge John Koeltl gave Stewart a sentence of only 28 months. The government had asked for 30 years behind bars.
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