United States v. Clay: When Executives Receive Jail Time For Ordinary Business Decisions


 Click here for the link to attorney Matt Kaiser’s excellent article about the United States v. Clay case published by the Washington Legal Foundation. The Washington Legal Foundation has taken a leading role in the fight against overcriminalization. Matt’s discussion highlights how ordinary civil disputes can be criminalized by the federal government using overly broad and ambiguous federal criminal statutes.

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