Monday, March 8, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Jon Burstein, Sun Sentinel, Wives of Ponzi schemers: Can they be charged with crimes too?

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, law.com, Prosecution in KB Home Backdating Case Takes a New Tack: Personal Gain

Christopher M. Matthews, Main Justice, Superseding Indictment Clarifies Alleged FCPA Conspiracy

Joe Ryan, Star Ledger, NJ.com,Former aide to Newark Mayor Cory Booker pleads not guilty to corruption charges

Jacob Gershman & Michael Howard Saul, WSJ, An Epic Spree of Mischief -New York Politicians Extend Era of Malfeasance With a Fresh Wave of Scandals

Dan Margolies, Reuters, Defendant to plead guilty in US arms sting case

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The "sting" superseding indictment is actually a superseding information. Is a plea coming?

Posted by: AJ | Mar 8, 2010 1:27:48 PM

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