Stewart Arrives for Probation Meeting
NEW YORK (AP) _ Martha Stewart arrived at a federal courthouse Monday to meet with a probation officer, the first step toward her sentencing for lying about a stock sale.
Stewart, wearing a black overcoat and carrying an umbrella, stepped out of a sport utility vehicle just before 11 a.m. at the courthouse in lower Manhattan.
She did not speak with reporters. She was accompanied by Robert Morvillo, her lead lawyer, and Rebecca Monck, another member of her defense team.