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Former UNL student accused of hacking NeSIS will face trial
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Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 02:22:54 -0600 (CST)


By Lis Arneson
Daily Nebraskan
January 9, 2013

The case against a former University of Nebraska-Lincoln student accused of hacking into the University of Nebraska’s Nebraska Student Information System on May 23 will head to trial.

Daniel Stratman, 22, refused to enter a plea during his arraignment Tuesday afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Cheryl Zwart. As a result, the district court entered a plea of not guilty.

The U.S. Attorneys’ Office filed charges against Stratman on Dec. 6.

In court documents, Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Russell said that between April 24 and May 24, Stratman intentionally accessed a protected computer without authorization, which resulted in reckless damage. The charge claims that Stratman’s conduct caused a loss of at least $5,000.


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