Former Motorola employee sentenced to four years imprisonment for trade secrets theft

Hanjuan Jin, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in China, was said to have secretly worked for a Chinese telecommunications company

By , IDG News Service |  IT Management

In a submission to the court on Tuesday, Jin's lawyers from the Federal Public Defender Program had asked for a non-custodial sentence, citing evidence admitted at trial and the court's findings that Jin intended to prepare herself for her next job with the material seized from her, and did not plan to share it with Sun Kaisens.

The government had in a filing on Monday asked for a sentence for Jin of between 70 to 96 months of imprisonment.

Jin was also fined US$20,000 and ordered to remain in home confinement with electronic monitoring until starting her sentence on Oct. 25.

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