Convicted SUNY Plattsburgh hacker’s sentencing adjourned, counsel seeks expert services
Fernando Alba of The Press-Republican reports:
Convicted hacker and SUNY Plattsburgh alumnus Michael P. Fish’s sentencing has been adjourned again Thursday.
Fish’s attorney asked for a 60-day extension to complete court approved expert witness services requested in August, according to court documents.
Fish pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft, computer intrusion and child pornography possession offenses in May, saying he forced his way into students’ email accounts to steal nude and compromising photos and videos between 2016 and 2019 while he was an undergrad at SUNY Plattsburgh and later as a law student at Albany Law School.
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