Perry Reich, the Long Island, N.Y., attorney who forged a federal magistrate judge’s order, will remain in prison after a federal appeals court denied a bid to overturn his conviction.

A unanimous panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld on Friday all aspects of Reich’s conviction for forgery and obstructing a judicial proceeding, as well as his 27-month sentence.

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