NEW YORK - The biggest criminal trial in mutual fund history is nearing judgment day as both sides gear up for their summations, but not before some interesting twists and turns.

Defense attorneys in the case against former Bank of America broker Theodore C. Sihpol III rested last Wednesday without calling a single witness, after the judge dismissed seven counts of fraud related to destroying or falsifying business records.

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