Being an Executive is Not a Crime


Matt Kaiser, an outstanding criminal defense lawyer, wrote a wonderful piece for the Washington Times on how business executives should not be criminally prosecuted  for routine business decisions that violate no law. What is particularly significant about Matt’s piece is his description of how overcriminalization affects all Americans who earn a living, whether they are high level executives or employees of the company.

Read the full article here

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