Beginning in 2007 he spent 44 months in Taft Correctional Institution in Taft, California, before being re-sentenced to time served in 2010.Stephen Donald Richards was born in Lower Hutt, New Zealand on February 7, 1965 and is the oldest of three siblings.i OS 11 was announced at WWDC on 5 June 2017, and the beta version is available to install now (the final version will launch to the public in a few days, around 15 September).But what if you regret installing i OS 11 beta and want to go back to i OS 10?The restatement did not change the company’s overall past financial results or current sales and profits.The United States Federal Sentencing Guidelines dictated a life sentence for Stephen Richards if found guilty.On April 24, 2006 - two weeks before a scheduled trial, Stephen Richards pleaded guilty to eight felonies, including securities fraud, obstruction of justice and perjury.
Stephen Richards was released from Taft Correctional Institute in October 2010. Stephen Richards now resides in Queensland, Australia where he works with a technology company and speaks about his experiences.Richards has been married twice, and has five children.After graduating from Avondale College with a degree in Business Administration he spent a short period of time at Ernst & Whinney (now Ernst & Young), and then began his career at Computer Associates beginning at the helpdesk as a Telephone Support Technician in 1988, Post-Sales Technician in 1989, Pre-Sales Consultant in 1990, Sales Executive in 1991, State Manager (Queensland) 1992, Managing Director (New Zealand) 1993, Managing Director (Australia and New Zealand) 1995, Senior Vice President – Sales (North East, South East, South Central US and Pacific Rim) 1998, Senior Vice President – Sales North America 1999, and Executive Vice President in 2000.He attended Upper Hutt College, and spent two years at Hawthorne Adventist High School before attending Avondale College where he studied business.
He graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Business degree.
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