Friday, October 17, 2008

Internal Investigation Evidence Did Not Improperly Convey Opinion On Guilt

The New York Court of Appeals affirmed the convictions  of two former Tyco executives "for crimes associated with corporate wrongdoing." The court rejected the contention that the "admission of an attorney's testimony concerning certain facts related to a corporate internal investigation improperly conveyed to the jury an opinion regarding...guilt." The testimony and arguments concerning the terstimony "did not convey such an opinion." (Mike Frisch)

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