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White-Collar Crime: Avoiding Indictment

Part 3. AVOIDING INDICTMENT A. Getting Indicted Is Bad For most white-collar crime clients, avoiding indictment is the name of the game. Getting indicted is financially and psychologically devastating and typically means a ruined reputation, debarment from doing business with

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White-Collar Crime: Avoiding Indictment

Part 3. AVOIDING INDICTMENT A. Getting Indicted Is Bad For most white-collar crime clients, avoiding indictment is the name of the game. Getting indicted is financially and psychologically devastating and typically means a ruined reputation, debarment from doing business with the government, revocation of a professional license and/or the end of the corporate career. The costs of trial preparation and

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White-Collar Crime: Avoiding Indictment (continued)

Part 3. AVOIDING INDICTMENT (contd.) F. Talking To the Prosecutor As a general rule, it is almost always advisable in a white-collar crime case to have your attorney talk to the prosecutor unless you have criminal exposure and the prosecutor knows nothing about you or your role in the matter under scrutiny. (Note again that I am not equating exposure

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