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New York financier Jeffrey Epstein who was arrested this month on federal charges of sex trafficking will make his case at a bail hearing Monday to be released from jail and await trial under house arrest at his Manhattan mansion lawyers for AB dean said he's pledged to post a substantial bond secured by his fifty six million dollar mansion and his private jet his lawyers also propose that he would pay for round the clock security guards to ensure he did not fully but judge Richard Berman who is presiding over the case denied a very similar bail proposal in twenty sixteen which included privately funded armed guards in a private residence for another wealthy defendant Turkish Iran in gold trader residents to rob dean's bail hearing also comes days after prosecutors alleged he tried to buy the silence of possible witnesses in a case against him last year saying he wired three hundred and fifty thousand dollars to two people the US attorney's office argued that was enough reason for the judge to deny bail saying the payments were evidence he might try to influence witnesses if he were not detained the arrest of abstain who has been linked to high powered executives royalty and politicians has already taken down trumps labor secretary who negotiated a plea deal with apps dean in a similar case in two thousand seven which resulted in a punishment critics say was far too lenient it would be self pay for me to stay in this position according to the federal indictment obscene arranged for underage girls to perform sex acts in his New York and Florida homes in the early two thousands the sixty six year old has pleaded not guilty to the federal charges he could face up to forty five years in prison if convicted in a court filing prosecutors called abstain unrepentant an unreformed and said his payments to possible witnesses along with the risk he would use his immense wealth to flee the country warranted keeping him behind bars