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Oracle Verdict Upheld in Perjury Case Appeal.

Adelyn Lee, the former Oracle Corp employee convicted of perjury, following allegations that she was fired after a relationship with CEO Larry Ellison failed (CI No 3,089) has lost her appeal against the original judgement. Lee was convicted in January 1997 by the San Mateo County Superior Court and sentenced to a year in jail, four years probation and $100,000 in fines. She was found guilty of faking an email message implying Ellison had ordered her sacked, the day after her dismissal from the company.
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Publication:Computergram International
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Date:Jul 30, 1999
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