24-Year Term Stirs White-Collar Sentence Debate

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The 24-year prison term imposed last week on a Houston former executive in a corporate crime case is prompting more debate about the severity of white-collar-crime sentences. The sentence was based partly on the sum lost by investors. The Christian Science Monitor notes that many experts say federal sentencing guidelines created in the 1980s corrected
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