Public Anger Backs White-Collar Prosecutions

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Martha Stewart’s stock-case conviction is the latest in a series of messages to corporate America from prosecutors and juries about white-collar crime, says the New York Times. It started with the prosecution of the accounting firm Arthur Andersen, which resulted in its conviction and demise in 2002. Since then, dozens of executives at Enron, Tyco
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