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Patel sets hearing to change plea of not-guilty

by www.orlandosentinel.com

Orlando businessman Nikesh Patel has signaled that he could plead guilty in the $179 million loan fraud case that rocked the local business world when he was arrested in September 2014.

Previously entering a not-guilty plea, Patel has been cooperating with authorities. His change-of-plea hearing...


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