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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

"Post-Skilling Government Approach - Depends on the Case"

The post is at White Collar Crime Prof:

Redzic raised issues of whether the accused had truly been advised under due process of the charges against the defendant since the government was using an uncharged basis for asking that the conviction be upheld.  But now the government in Stinn is saying that it makes a difference whether the government charges a case under 1346. Is the government taking the opposite position in these two cases (Redzic and Stinn), and is this problematic?

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/crimprof_blog/2011/08/post-skilling-government-approach-depends-on-the-case.html

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