A former banker who won a new trial because of a lying juror in the Jenkens & Gilchrist fraudulent tax shelter case will not have to face a jury or the prospect of prison.

The government on Monday granted a deferred prosecution agreement to David Parse, a one-time Deutsche Bank Alex.Brown banker who was convicted in the bogus shelter scheme in 2011 by a jury that included suspended lawyer Catherine M. Conrad, who told several lies in what Southern District Judge William Pauley said was a “calculated, criminal decision” to get on the panel.

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