Daniel Calugar, founder of the now-defunct Security Brokerage, requested Wednesday that a Nevada court throw out the charges filed against him by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Accused of making $175 million through illegal late trading and unethical market timing, Calugar said in a filing with the U.S. District Court in Las Vegas that the SEC has failed to present a strong enough case against him.

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