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CBT Podcast: Attorney, coaches rep Jason Belzer on the details of Wednesday’s guilty verdict

Defendants Appear In Court Amid Charges Of NCAA Basketball Fraud And Corruption

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 10: Merl Code Jr. exits the Federal Courthouse in Manhattan on October 10, 2017 in New York City. Several people associated with NCAA Basketball have been charged as part of a corruption ring. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

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The three defendants in the first trial stemming from the FBI’s investigation into corruption in college basketball came to a close on Wednesday: Guilty on all counts. These gentlemen are looking as much as seven years in prison. To talk through everything in this case, Rob Dauster was joined by Jason Belzer, a sports attorney that represents several college basketball coaches and has extensive knowledge of the proceedings of this case and the legal justifications for why this is considered a federal crime and why this result was where we were always headed. What does this mean for the coaches that have yet to be tried? What are the chances of the three guilty men winning on appeal. Jason walked Rob through all of it in detail.