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Finance fraud charges expand against partners

Former Albany brokers Timothy McGinn, right, and David Smith exit the federal courthouse in Albany in this Gazette file photo from October 2012.
Former Albany brokers Timothy McGinn, right, and David Smith exit the federal courthouse in Albany in this Gazette file photo from October 2012.
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Federal prosecutors have accused business partners Timothy McGinn and David Smith of stealing nearly $1 million more from their investors than charged in their original indictment, prompting their defense attorneys to claim they don’t have enough time to prepare for trial next month. The longtime partners of the Albany-based McGinn, Smith & Co., already accused of bilking more than $8 million from their investors, were arraigned on two additional counts of mail fraud in connection ...


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