Scott London is officially out of custody

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On July 23, 2015, Scott London was officially released from federal custody after serving his prison term for insider trading.

Does it seem like a long time since you read of him being sentenced? Well, that’s what 14 month in prison looks like. How much of your life┬áhave you enjoyed since he went away?

Mr. London was the regional audit partner-in-charge in the Los Angeles office of KPMG at the time he was charged with giving his golfing buddy inside information about KPMG clients. He drew a 14 month sentence.

Here is the timeline of his incarceration:

  • 7/18/14 – reported to prison – stayed there 251 days
  • 3/26/15 – released from Lompoc minimum security camp to half-way house – there for 78 days
  • 6/12/15 – transition from half-way house to home detention – another 41 days
  • 7/23/15 – end of sentence

He will now be on probation for 3 years, as indicated by the sentencing documents.

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