Spoofing Law Gets Biggest Test Yet Before a Chicago Jury

  • Michael Coscia faces first criminal trial related to 2010 law
  • Case may hinge on how much judge allows Coscia to cite rules

A Chicago jury began hearing arguments that a commodities trader built and employed software to manipulate prices, in the biggest test yet of U.S. efforts to police financial markets against spoofing.

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