"The U.S. Court of Appeals in New York today said [Mathew] Martoma's appeal lacks 'a substantial question' likely to result in a reversal." - Bob Van Voris, "SAC's Martoma Denied Bid to Remain Free in Insider Case," in Bloomberg, Noverm 12, 2014. Here is that article.
Therefore, Martoma was denied his request to remain free on bail when his conviction for insider trading might be appealed. He will have to report to serve his 9-year sentence in prison. He will be separated from his 3 young children.