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Jeffrey Epstein in 2017. Jeffrey Epstein in 2017. (Photo: New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP)

Jeffrey Epstein, the Manhattan- and South Florida-based financier who was held for charges of sex trafficking, was found dead in a secure housing unit of the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York early Saturday morning.

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Michael Riccardi

Michael Riccardi has been a reporter and editor at ALM publications for more than 20 years. A graduate of Villanova University's law school, he lives in Philadelphia. He can be reached at mriccardi@alm.com.

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