Attorneys for David Finnerty, the former stock trader who was convicted Oct. 26 by a jury of making thousands of improper trades while working at Fleet Specialists, have asked for more time to prepare their post-trial motions to set aside this verdict.

New York’s Southern District Judge Denny Chin, who is overseeing the case, has given Finnerty’s attorneys until Nov. 13 to prepare the filing, but Frederick P. Hafetz, a partner at Hafetz & Necheles who represents Finnerty, asked that this date be extended to Nov. 20.

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