A federal appeals court has reversed the conviction of a U.S. citizen for violating restrictions on trade with Iran through money transfers.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled yesterday that Mahmoud Reza Banki cannot be retried for violating the Iranian Transactions Regulations by taking part in transactions through the “hawala” system of informal money exchange.

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