A federal appeals court has rejected the contention of imprisoned investment adviser Todd Eberhard that he was unfairly given a longer sentence for fraud because the judge was required to hear from his victims.

Eberhard argued unsuccessfully in the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that the Justice for All Act, which empowers crime victims to speak up at sentencing, was applied ex post facto in his case.

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