The first time Gregory Reyes was on trial for backdating stock options, federal prosecutors got in trouble for their closing arguments.

But on Monday, Assistant U.S. Attorneys Adam Reeves and David Anderson delivered their final thoughts smoothly for the retrial. It was Reyes’ new lawyer, Stephen Neal of Cooley Godward Kronish, who drew a slew of objections from the government.

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