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When Roger Clemens and FCPA defendants walk, should we only see failure by the DOJ?
The government's primary witness against former ABB manager John O'Shea won't serve any more jail time for conspiracy to violate the FCPA.
For defendants, federal criminal prosecutions leave behind a scorched earth of ruined reputations, shattered health, broken families, and drained bank accounts.
The DOJ's once invincible FCPA unit isn't just losing some high profile prosecutions. It's getting clobbered. And a common theme in the setbacks is a lack of professionalism and preparation.
The DOJ ramped up FCPA enforcement over the past five years. But could its aggressive pursuit of FCPA prosecutions be hurting attempts to deter corruption? It’s possible.
Two Africa sting defendants were acquitted today in federal court in Washington, D.C.
Here's what Judge Lynn Hughes said when he ruled in favor of John O'Shea's motion to dismiss all the substantive FCPA counts against him.
Joel Androphy is the lawyer who led John O'Shea's successful FCPA defense.