Thursday, June 12, 2008

In the News

Bob Martin, The Montgomery Independent, U.S. Attorney Offices in Northern Middle Districts are being probed by the Justice Department for possible political prosecution in the Siegelman cases (previously discussed here, here and here)

DOJ Press Release - Ex- Finance Director of Soka University of America Pleads Guilty in $1.7 Million Embezzlement

DOJ Press Release -Santa Barbara County Man Surrenders in Federal Fraud Case Alleging $ 6 Million in Losses to Victims Across U.S.

DOJ Press Release - Second Former Home Depot Employee Charged in Alleged Kickback Scheme

Chris Ornelas KOB-TV, and Joshua Panas KOB.com, Businessmen implicated in travel scam

Linda Stamato, NJ.com, Corporate wrongdoing and deferred criminal prosecution: An issue that won't go away 

Michael Stanton, Providence Jrl,  Judge rejects Licht affidavit ("Robert A. Urciuoli, the former president of Roger Williams Medical Center, is trying to convince a judge that he should not be retried on federal corruption charges because prosecutors improperly pressured the hospital to fire him and stop paying for his legal defense.') 

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