Feds, Brooks' lawyers, experts clash on forfeiture

David Brooks and co-defendant Sandra Hatfield at company

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David Brooks and co-defendant Sandra Hatfield at company party in Miami in 2005. (Credit: Handout)

Federal prosecutors, David Brooks' defense attorneys and the financial experts for both sides have been clashing all week over whether the convicted body-armor manufacturer has to forfeit as much as $138 million or as little as nothing of the $185.9 million he gained based on insider trading of his company's stock.

The hearing, which began Monday in federal court in Central Islip, was called...

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