Tim Durham and the two other men convicted of running a Ponzi scheme and taking money from investors in Ohio-based Fair Finance Co. will be sentenced Nov. 30.
This week, U.S. Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson set the November sentencing date for Durham, James Cochran and Rick Snow. Durham was convicted on all 12 felony counts – 10 counts of wire fraud, one count of securities fraud, and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and securities fraud. Cochran was convicted of eight of the 12 counts and Snow on five of the 12 charges.
Magnus-Stinson will hear testimony at the sentencing from any victim who wishes to speak. Durham, Cochran and Snow will be at the sentencing. Durham will be sentenced first, followed by Cochran and then Snow.
The government accused the men of taking more than $200 million from Fair Finance investors through loans to themselves and friends. That money was never repaid.