Wall Street Journal Blog: They say anyone can indict a ham sandwich. The fraud and money laundering case against a kosher plant in Iowa is sort of the opposite of that, no?
Ticklethewire.com: Non-criminal illegal immigrants to be housed in converted kosher plants hotels, not jails.
The Maryland Daily Record: Court of Appeals dismisses Rand case, no reprimand yet for lawyer incivility.
Investigative Voice: Veteran Baltimore City police officer suspended for raising voice at meeting.
The (Raleigh) News and Observer: Criminal Defense Attorney Gaskins guilty of money structuring.
The Los Angeles Times: Global stance against organized crime is urged at Interpol conference.
And finally, from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers:
Below is a list of particularly relevant white collar related news articles and blog postings (in reverse chronological order). Each of the stories are posted to the NACDL White Collar Crime Website News Feed, www.nacdl.org/whitecollar, and you can access the text of each by clicking the hyperlinked listing below:
- High Court Debates Value of Attorney-Client Privilege, The National Law Journal, October 6, 2009
- Court Rejects CFO Immunity From Broadcom Testimony, The Wall Street Journal, October 1, 2009 [Includes link to the 9th Circuit Opinion]
- The End of Phony Deterrence? ‘SEC v. Bank of America, The New York Law Journal, September 17, 2009
- Attempt by Omission, Michael T. Cahill, September 2009
- Should the SEC Spin Off The Enforcement Division?, Peter J. Henning, September 2009
- Proposal Seeks More Oversight of Justice Department’s Pre-Trial Diversion Agreements, Shana-Tara Regon, September 2009
- Debacle: How the Supreme Court Has Mangled American Sentencing Law and How It Might Yet Be Mended, Frank O. Bowman, Forthcoming 2010