Former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio won his latest battle in court on Thursday. He won an $18 million ruling as a result of his insider trading conviction that put him in prison.
Questioning of the potential members of the James Holmes jury may be lengthy. They will have to be “death qualified,” to be able to impose the death penalty should the trial get to that point. CBS4’s Alan Gionet asks the Good Question, “What’s it like to be on a jury?”
Reaction has been heated when former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio lashed out at those who put him in federal prison for insider trading in a rare interview.
Former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio is expected to leave a halfway house Saturday after trimming his federal sentence.
Federal prison records show former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio is now projected to be released Sept. 21 after serving time for 19 counts of insider trading.
Victims of former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio’s insider trading will get some money back. But it won’t be much and for most it won’t even be close to what they lost.