NEW YORK -- The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals here has scheduled a resentencing hearing Oct.26 for Stew Leonard, founder of two high-volume Connecticut supermarkets that bear his name. rd pleaded guilty in July 1993 to conspiracy to defraud the federal government in the collection of income taxes following charges that he and two others had skimmed more than $17 million from receipts of the Stew Leonard's Dairy Store in Norwalk, Conn., over a 10-year period. Leonard, who has been ...

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