Johnson appeal supported by two amicus briefs

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Mark Johnson is out on bail while his appeal is pending in the Second Circuit in New York
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A finance professor in Chicago has joined the ACI Financial Markets Association in filing an amicus brief document to a New York appeals court, urging the judge to reverse the conviction of former HSBC banker Mark Johnson for wire-fraud charges.

Amicus briefs are legal documents filed by non-litigant parties who have a strong interest in the subject matter of cases going through appeal, to advise the courts on additional information that may be relevant to the case.

The ACI submitted a

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