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Allen For Illegal Sports Betting Zooms In To SDNY Sentencing And Gets 1 Year Probation

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, August 3 – Laurence Keith Allen pled guilty to his involvement in an illegal sport gambling business, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

He has been in Costa Rica throughout the COVID pandemic.

  On August 3, now Second Circuit Court of Appeal Judge Richard J. Sullivan held Allen's sentencing, by Zoom.

 Allen quoted a poet and Judge Sullivan asked who it was. Jose Marti, was the answer.   

Allen was born in Indiana and studied public affairs at University of Indiana - Bloomington. After that he moved to Costa Rica and became a citizen, become father to two boys he now takes care of. 

 Judge Sullivan sentenced Allen to one year probation.

The case is US v. Allen, 16-cr-522 (Sullivan)


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