The strategy adopted by the Department of Justice last year to step up prosecution of white-collar criminals has been ineffective so far, and won't make much of a difference as long as deferred prosecution and non-prosecution agreements for defendants continue, argues the author of a paper forthcoming in the Boston College Law Review.
“The failure of the Department of Justice (DOJ) to prosecute the individuals responsible for the crimes that led to the financial collapse is not . . .
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