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Trial Test

30 September 2011 By Reynolds Holding

Uncle Sam rewards cooperation with milder sentences. But Galleon-related cases show that prosecutors’ targets are heavily penalized just for asserting basic trial rights. Judges should be wary of too big a difference – trials like Raj Rajaratnam’s bring needed clarity to the law.

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