DOJ's Latest Alternative to Prosecution

, Corporate Counsel


What is the U.S. Department of Justice's next move to avoid prosecuting a corporation and its leaders? This time it's the restitution and remediation agreement.

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Originally appeared in print as DOJ's New Duck

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  • Joseph Myers

    Mr. Holder and his merry crew are, as always, completely outdone, outthought, outplanned, and outclassed. He forgets that he does not lead the IRS, but the Department of JUSTICE. Millions of Americans lost their homes -- shattering their versions of the American Dream -- and they will receive a pittance, if anything, and never see the architects of a rather massive transfer of wealth face criminal charges..........instead of tax write-offs.

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