The Second Circuit reversed the insider trading conviction of Defendant, a former investment banking analyst, on evidentiary grounds. The government alleged that Defendant, his father, and his father’s friend traded while in possession of material, nonpublic information. At trial, the United States introduced an incriminating prior statement by Defendant’s father and codefendant. The court refused to admit an allegedly inconsistent statement made to the FBI for impeachment purposes at trial. The Second Circuit vacated Defendant’s conviction and remanded the case to the district court for a new trial, holding that the allegedly inconsistent statement should have been admitted because it could have influenced deliberations of the jurors.