U.S. v. Pil (NDCA SF), 2000

Randy Sue Pollock triumphed with a probation-only sentence for a San Francisco rabbi who pleaded guilty to one count of illegally structuring bank deposits to avoid reporting requirements.

In 1995, Rabbi Pil and his employees deposited $1.7 million in a way that triggered federal reporting requirements. Due to the outpouring of community support, Ms. Pollock persuaded U.S. District Judge Martin Jenkins to spare the rabbi a prison sentence.

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