Robert Bogucki acquitted of fraud charges

Judge throws out case against former Barclays trader, citing insufficient evidence to convince a jury

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Acquitted: Robert Bogucki’s attorneys say his client did his job and did it exceptionally well

Robert Bogucki, a former senior banker at Barclays in New York, was acquitted on March 4 of conspiracy and fraud charges, after a federal judge ruled that nothing in the evidence could convince a jury that he did anything to influence Hewlett-Packard (HP) to part with its money or property.

“No jury could reasonably find that defendant Robert Bogucki made material false or fraudulent pretences, representations or promises,” wrote California Northern District Court judge Charles Breyer in his

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