News That Fits

The Washington Post:  Charge in 9/11 fraud case may be dropped.

The Washington Post: Supreme Court will hear Sarbanes-Oxley challenge

The Washington Post: offers free ID Theft Risk Score

The New York Times: Justices to Hear Conrad Black Appeal: On Monday the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal of Conrad Black, who has been sentenced to six years in prison for defrauding Hollinger International.

The Boston Globe: Judge Delays a Decision on Sanctions: The Chief Judge of the US District Court in Massachusetts has delayed sanctioning a federal prosecutor who has admitted that she withheld evidence that could have cleared a defendant in a gun case.

The Wall Street Journal Blog: Say It Ain’t So, Geno! Cauley to Plead Guilty, Give up Law License: Gene Cauley, a high-profile Arkansas plaintiffs attorney, has agreed to plead guilty to one count each of wire fraud and criminal contempt for failing to safely hold $9.3 million in settlement money.

WBAL: 10 And Counting In Md Mortgage Fraud Case DOJ Accuses Drugmaker Wyeth of Cheating Medicaid

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