Rajaratnam’s Lawyers Seek To Set Aside Conviction

On Wednesday, John Dowd, Rajaratnam’s lawyer, renewed his request originally made after prosecutors rested their case to acquit him of all charges. Dowd also asked the judge to dismiss one conspiracy count and four securities-fraud counts…. Such post-trial motions–known as Rule 29 motions–are rarely successful, but are one of the steps available for defense attorneys to challenge a conviction at a trial level

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