Crime, Punishment, & Redemption: Three Unique Reunions

Four individuals who went to prison for white collar crimes in Minnesota were joined by their respective federal sentencing judges and prosecutors to explore their cases.

Date & Time:

Monday, January 12, 2009
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Location:

University of St. Thomas Law School
Schulze Grand Atrium

Four individuals who went to prison for white collar
crimes in Minnesota were joined by their respective
federal sentencing judges and prosecutors to explore
their offenses, the consequences, and life after prison.
Panels included:

  1. Stephen Rondestvedt, former lawyer, and the Honorable John Tunheim;
  2. David Logan, former CEO and public official, and the Honorable Michael Davis; and
  3. Nick and Carolyn Ryberg, former senior HR executive and his wife, and the Honorable Joan Ericksen.

The panels were moderated by University of St. Thomas Law School professor Hank Shea and Assistant U.S. Attorney Frank Magill, who prosecuted the cases. The Honorable Diana Murphy, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, provided closing comments.

To learn more about the event:

Article from Minnesota Public Radio.

Audio from the event from Minnesota Public Radio.

Article from the Star Tribune.

Video from Twin Cities Public Television.

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