Saturday, May 12, 2007
TRAC 's latest statistics show a decline in the number of white collar prosecutions. The report finds a drop in white collar prosecutions of 13.3% from a prior month. And if one is looking at the 5 year statistics, then it presents a 21.9 % decrease in prosecutions. The report provides the categories of case types (as opposed to listing specific offenses) that are included within these crime statistics. But it also provides the leaders of specific offenses, with bank fraud being at the top. The report lists top ten judges and areas. But these are not exactly the kind of numbers anyone will be bragging about. See prior posts on statistical reporting of white collar cases.
(esp)(w/ disclosure that she is a B.S. graduate of Syracuse U.)