United States v. Stein: Unconstitutionality of Prosecutorial Consideration of a Corporation's Advancing Legal Expenses to Employees in Corporate Charging Decisions

Engage, Vol. 7.2, p. 49, October 2006

6 Pages Posted: 27 Jun 2010

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Robert T. Miller

University of Iowa College of Law; New York University - School of Law, Classical Liberal Institute

Date Written: October 1, 2006

Abstract

This brief article discuss United States v. Stein, in which Judge Kaplan held that it was unconstitutional for federal prosecutors deciding whether to charge a corporation with a criminal offense to take into consideration whether that corporation was advancing legal expenses to employees also under investigation.

Suggested Citation

Miller, Robert T., United States v. Stein: Unconstitutionality of Prosecutorial Consideration of a Corporation's Advancing Legal Expenses to Employees in Corporate Charging Decisions (October 1, 2006). Engage, Vol. 7.2, p. 49, October 2006, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1630564

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