A prospective Georgetown Law student who cyberstalked an alumnus of the school after an unsuccessful admissions interview lost his bid to overturn his conviction, but will not have to pay restitution to the university, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.

Judges Stephanos Bibas, Luis Felipe Restrepo and Jane Roth of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit upheld the four-year sentence imposed on Ho Ka Terence Yung in 2019 for seeking revenge against the interviewer who did not recommend him for the law school. Yung was subsequently admitted to the University of Texas Law School, and orchestrated the online campaign to terrorize the alumnus and his family.

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