A fired Morgan Stanley financial adviser who downloaded client information to a home server to give his job search a boost was sentenced to three years’ probation for accessing the bank’s computer network without permission.
Marsh took the information to advance his career and had no intention of selling it, his lawyer Robert Gottlieb told U.S. District Judge Kevin Duffy at a hearing Tuesday. The lawyer begged the judge not to send his client to prison, saying Marsh has rediscovered his faith, is volunteering at a soup kitchen and working as a consultant to a startup software company.
Appearing to hold back tears, Marsh, who faced as long as five years in prison, apologized for his actions as his father, mother and wife watched from the front row of the Manhattan courtroom.
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