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From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 116, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedAmerican prosecutors routinely offer deferred-prosecution and nonprosecution agreements to corporate defendants, but not to noncorporate defendants. The drafters of the Speedy Trial Act expressly contemplated such...
From:Law and Contemporary Problems (Vol. 83, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedI What is corporate crime? Conventional analyses treat corporate crime and its prosecution as just another manifestation of criminal law, with all of the criminal justice system's baggage, and then some. (1) More...
From:Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies (Vol. 26, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedUnder U.S. federal law, a corporation can be held criminally liable for the crimes of its employees and agents. The Department of Justice's U.S. Attorneys' Manual lays out a list of factors prosecutors can evaluate when...
From:Notre Dame Law Review (Vol. 96, Issue 5)INTRODUCTION In 2013, Deutsche Bank established a relationship with Jeffrey Epstein that was estimated to generate revenues of up to $4 million a year. (1) Seven years later, as a result of its dealings with Mr....
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