Sunday, August 26, 2007

Collateral Consequences - The Pension

In many white collar and non-white collar cases, the collateral consequences of a criminal conviction can destroy a person's future livelihood or have other ramifications. In some cases when an individual does business with the government they can be debarred from continuing in that role. Ellen Gedalius of the Tampa Tribune reports on the recent unanimous decision of a city board to deny a pension to an individual convicted of conspiracy, wire fraud, and bribery.

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