9th Circuit Panel Overturns Ruling In Insider-Trading Criminal Case
Mealey's (December 28, 2015, 12:39 PM EST) -- SAN FRANCISCO — A federal district court abused its control in granting motions in limine that were filed by defendants in an insider trading criminal proceeding because evidence provided was admissible under Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b), a Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled Dec. 22 (United States of America v. Douglas D. DeCinces, et al, No. 15-50033; United States of America v. James V. Mazzo, No. 15-50058, 9th Cir.).
(Opinion available. Document #57-160120-015Z.)
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