Friday, August 31, 2007

Scarce Resources for Prosecution

The Wall St.Jr. reports on the financial problems faced by US Attorney offices as a result of scarce resources.  In discussing some of the staffing problems the article points out that more than 100 individuals in these offices have gone to Iraq to help out the government there. The article also reports on white collar crime statistics but one has to wonder how they defined this term and what was included.  Was it a DOJ definition that includes government corruption, environmental offenses, and OSHA related crimes?  Or was it limited to fraud? (see here)

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