Federal white collar crime: cases and materials
This law school casebook addresses substantive and procedural areas of importance in white-collar criminal practice. The book covers perjury, false statements, false claims, obstruction of justice, mail and wire fraud, public corruption, computer crime, insider trading, conspiracy, RICO, and money laundering. Chapters also highlight the considerations that affect prosecutors? choices in pursuing and charging cases, and defense counsel?s challenges in defending such choices. The materials further explore the theory and practice of sentencing under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for both individuals and organizations, and the law and policy governing entity and managerial liability.
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