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Steve Clary

Banking & Finance / Legal

The Art of the Plea Deal (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

While the sentence was up to Judge Holmes, defense lawyer W.H. Taylor of Fayetteville negotiated a deal in which Dennis Smiley Jr. pleaded guilty to only a single count of bank fraud — but he had to accept responsibility and restitution for more than 20 bank victims and their combined losses of nearly $5 million. read more >
Party City at 11218 N. Rodney Parham Road in west Little Rock. 
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Party City Purchase Tops $2.8 Million (Real Deals)

An 8,100-SF retail project in west Little Rock weighed in at more than $2.8 million. A 1,866-SF KFC in Little Rock changed hands in a $1.65 million sale. And a 13,190-SF warehouse in North Little Rock rang up a $625,000 transaction. read more >
Steve Clary
Legal

Steve Clary Due To Begin Prison Sentence May 12

Bankrupt developer Roger S. “Steve” Clary of Little Rock is enjoying two more months of freedom before he begins serving his 30-month federal prison sentence. read more >
Hickory Hills home bears $18.2 million in judgments.
Banking & Finance / Legal / Real Estate

Claims by Clary Creditors Add Up as Hickory Hills House Closes Bankruptcy Case

Some loose ends in the tangled financial affairs of Steve and Cindy Clary have been tied up. U.S. Bank of Cincinnati foreclosed on the couple’s 7,200-SF home in the gated Hickory Hills neighborhood, and their Chapter 7 bankruptcy case was closed. read more >
Steve Clary
Banking & Finance / Legal / Real Estate

Steve Clary Bankruptcy Case Remains Open

Although Clary’s bankruptcy filing doesn’t indicate all the creditors that have been paid or what the current debt level is, that doesn’t mean that Clary hasn’t reduced the debt, according to Joshua Silverstein, a professor of law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Bowen School of Law. read more >
Steve Clary
Banking & Finance / Legal

Saying You’re Sorry Is Essential (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

The community victimized by crime does need to hear that the perpetrator is sorry. And I have rarely heard any white-collar criminal apologize as well as Steve Clary, whose desperate attempt to save his collapsing real estate development business back in 2008 included misappropriating a bank loan. read more >
Steve Clary
Banking & Finance / Legal

Steve Clary Sentenced to 30 Months in Federal Prison

Bankrupt developer Roger S. "Steve" Clary of Little Rock is sentenced to 30 months in federal prison to be followed by two years of supervised release. read more >
Legal

Sentencing Delayed in Steve Clary Case

U.S. District Judge Leon Holmes granted bankrupt Little Rock developer Steve Clary’s motion to delay sentencing for “three or four weeks” due to deaths and illness in the family. read more >
Steve Clary
Legal / Real Estate

Feds Say Steve Clary Not Entitled to Leniency

Federal prosecutors are on record as opposing any leniency in developer Steve Clary’s case, in which the federal sentencing guideline suggests 33 to 41 months in prison. read more >
Steve Clary
Legal / Real Estate

Attorney for Steve Clary Asks Federal Judge for Leniency in Sentencing

The federal public defender who represents Steve Clary, the Little Rock real estate developer who pleaded guilty to mail fraud in February, has asked U.S. District Judge J. Leon Holmes for a lenient sentence. read more >
Banking & Finance / Legal / Real Estate

Property Owners Association Seeks Over $20K from Clary Couple

The Hickory Hills Property Owners Association filed a foreclosure suit against Steve and Cindy Clary seeking to recover $20,544 the Clarys allegedly owe in past-due quarterly POA payments, dating back two years. read more >
Steve (inset) and Cynthia Clary’s $1.2 million home in west Little Rock was his main asset in his Chapter 7 bankruptcy. They listed $168.6 million in debts.
Banking & Finance / Investments / Legal / Real Estate

Bankruptcy Case Winds Down For Felonious Exec, Steve Clary

As convicted felon Roger Stephen “Steve” Clary of Little Rock awaits sentencing in U.S. District Court for one count of mail fraud, his bankruptcy case is nearing an end. read more >
Steve Clary
Banking & Finance / Construction / Legal / Real Estate

LR Developer Steve Clary Pleads Guilty to Mail Fraud

Roger Stephen "Steve" Clary pleaded guilty Thursday to a single count of mail fraud, admitting that he misused almost $1.6 milion of a $4.5 million loan he received from Bank of America Leasing Capital in 2008. Four other federal felony counts were dismissed. read more >
Steve Clary
Legal / Real Estate

Developer Steve Clary Sees Trial Postponed Again

Steve Clary, Little Rock real estate developer and dabbler in various other industries, will not go on trial Monday after all. read more >