A scheme to give performance-enhancing drugs to a racehorse constitutes conspiracy to commit wire fraud within the meaning of a federal statute, Southern District of New York Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum has ruled.

Rejecting a motion to dismiss an indictment, Cedarbaum said the standard under the wire fraud law was met even though Gregory Martin and his co-defendants did not make any affirmative misrepresentations.

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