“Combat load one round. Put two in the tube.” I was calling out range commands while conducting training on the Remington 870 shotguns with a class of new police academy cadets.… Continue Reading
The DOJ ramped up FCPA enforcement over the past five years. But could its aggressive pursuit of prosecutions be hurting attempts to deter corruption? It’s possible.
One criminology theory particularly applicable to white collar crime is neutralization.… Continue Reading
The FCPA Blog has written often about why FCPA defendants face nearly overwhelming odds when they go to trial. Reasons mentioned are that juries hate bribery, there’s always plenty of evidence, the government can stack the charges, and so on.… Continue Reading