US Federal sentencing guidelines are very specific about what offenses can count and what can’t.
But it’s weird that he was able to get a job working at banks… don’t they have really high standards as far as criminal history?
DUI is a misdemeanor, and charged doesn’t mean convicted. Federal guidelines only cover convictions but they still list any arrests and pending charges on their pre sentence report.
Either way, those offenses and histories mostly non violent in nature. But we’ll never really know how the case will ultimately play out. So they will probably result in a small enhancement in his guideline range, but not mean he’ll spend decades in a federal prison. CNN only lists maximum penalty and consecutive sentences are almost never handed out unless it’s of a violent nature (say multiple murder, armed drug trafficking, bank robbery with violence, etc.)
He was given theft charges and embezzlement which only section 2B1.1 and he’ll have anywhere from 12-18 offense levels, depending on how they apply enhancements, if any. 3 level reduction if he pleads out (which most likely he will).
So he’s not looking at anywhere near 10 years.