Going Soft on Corporate Crime - Bush's 'Deferred Prosecutions'Quicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|The Bush administration has a well-known aversion to regulating big business. As it turns out, it is also reluctant to prosecute corporations that break the law. Federal prosecutors have been regularly offering settlements to companies for wrongdoing that, in previous administrations, would likely have led to criminal charges. It is another disturbing example of how this administration has taken the justice out of the Justice.|
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