By Jonathan Stempel
NEW YORK (Reuters) - "There is not even a chance we will do one day in jail," Danielle Chiesi declared early last year in an interview with Reuters.
On Wednesday, the former high-school beauty queen and hedge fund trader is expected to learn how many days -- or years -- she will in fact spend behind bars for insider trading.
Chiesi, 45, pleaded guilty in January to three conspiracy counts. She is the first major defendant to be sentenced in the government insider-trading probe, unveiled in October 2009 and centered on Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj...