TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A former student has been sentenced to
22 months in prison for hacking Florida A&M University computers to
change the grades of about 90 students so they could qualify for
Christopher Jacquette, 29, and two other students also changed the residency of some out-of-state students so they could pay lower
Jacquette was sentenced Tuesday in federal court. He had pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft, unauthorized access of a protected computer, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and unauthorized access to a computer.
A second defendant also pleaded guilty and the third was convicted by a jury. They have not yet been sentenced.
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