North Caldwell’s Sergey Aleynikov Freed, Conviction Overturned on Appeal

Saturday, Feb 18, 2012 3:34pm  |  COMMENTS (0)

A federal appeals court overturned the conviction of Sergey Aleynikov on Friday on charges he stole computer code in an act of economic espionage, Bloomberg reports. The North Caldwell man, who had been charged with stealing proprietary trading code from Goldman Sachs, was first arrested in July 2009 and up until Friday had been serving an eight-year-sentence at Fort Dix.

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