The way Allen Sawyer tells it, he had two options, neither of which was good: Risk every dime he had to fight a federal case he felt was weak, or plead guilty to a crime he thought was bogus and spend six months behind bars.
"I spent about $300,000 on legal fees ... and the meter was still running," Sawyer said. "I hadn't even gone to trial and I spent that kind of money."
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