Last September, Sexton pleaded guilty in New York state court to money laundering and agreed to forfeit $600,000.
Edwards pleaded not guilty on Friday—though he admitted some obvious wrongdoing.
Gerhartsreiter, a short, balding man wearing wire-rimmed glasses, has pleaded not guilty.
Allaway pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity and the jury deadlocked.
In January 2009, Luisa Medrano pleaded guilty to a far lesser charges than the ones the state had initially levied against her.
"Jenny, Jenny," pleaded Maurice, relaxing the closeness of his embrace.
"But I have the letter in your own handwriting," pleaded the captain.
The example of Washington was pleaded by the advocates of the bank.
"I didn't know they were burning, Mrs. Fishley," pleaded Flora.
"I don't know nothin' about it," pleaded the old man, as he looked over his spectacles at the stern parent.
mid-13c., "make a plea in court," from Anglo-French pleder, Old French plaidier, "plead at court" (11c.), from Medieval Latin placitare, from Late Latin placitum (see plea). Sense of "request, beg" first recorded late 14c. Related: Pleaded; pleading; pleadingly.