Logo

Producer Accused of Trying to Blackmail Letterman Reportedly Willing to Serve One Year in Prison if Plea Deal is Struck

Dec 29, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The CBS producer who is accused of trying to blackmail David Letterman may have proposed a plea deal, the New York Post reports.

Citing unnamed sources, The Post claims that Robert Halderman has offered to plead guilty in exchange for serving one year in prison. Halderman’s lawyer, Gerald Shargel, denied that there have been any plea negotiations.

Any plea discussions won’t be entertained until after a new Manhattan DA takes office in January, The Post says.

–Elizabeth Jensen

3 Comments

  1. you may also try your options in this site. they have an Info Center where you can browse any topic you want on forex trading, though, the best they can offer to beginners is by opening any of their accounts- mini, gold, platinum or vip- they will provide you a personal account service manager or asm as your mentor and consultant for free. the asm can walk you through the basics including the preparation and use of various analytical tools regularly used by most forex traders. discussions are done live via phone, email, chat or personal meeting if you happen to reside near any of its regional offices in the usa, uk, canada, europe, australia, middle east and asia. all the best.

  2. assuming you got your demo account from a legitimate broker, your virtual results should be more or less the same as when you do the actual trading. try doing demo of leading platforms. check out this source. it will lead you to one of the leading brokers these days. they have a very reliable demo account that will really test your trading skills. all the best.

  3. Nice!! Great Ifo. Great People. Great Blog. Thank you for all the great sharing that is being done here.

Your Comment

Email (will not be published)