30 Mar '16, 8pm

Man Involved in Money-Laundering Case Mickelson Is Reportedly Tied to Aims to Reverse Guilty

Man Involved in Money-Laundering Case Mickelson Is Reportedly Tied to Aims to Reverse Guilty

The California man who last year pleaded guilty to a money-laundering operation with a reported link to Phil Mickelson is changing course. Gregory Silveira of La Quinta, California, filed a court motion on Tuesday to withdraw his guilty plea from the money-laundering case because his new lawyer said his client received bad advice from his original attorney, James D. Henderson Sr. This is according to court documents obtained by ESPN. In June 2015, Silveira, a 57-year-old former sports-gambling handicapper, pleaded guilty to three counts of laundering funds of nearly $3 million from an unnamed gambling client that ESPN's Outside the Lines reported was Mickelson. The transactions reportedly occurred between February 2010 and February 2013. Mickelson's attorney declined to comment on the case to ESPN. Mickelson has not been charged with a crime and is not under federal invest...

Full article: http://www.golf.com/tour-and-news/man-involved-money-laun...

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