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Comment: Rejection of deferred prosecution could affect DOJ’s tactics

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23 Jul 2015

James Koukios, former Senior Deputy Chief of the Department of Justice Criminal Division Fraud Section and partner in the firm’s Securities Litigation, Enforcement & White-Collar Defense Practice Group, commented that greater judicial scrutiny of deferred prosecution agreements could affect Department of Justice charging policy and cause the Department to rely more heavily on non-prosecution agreements.

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