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Raw deals

1 November 2011 By Reynolds Holding

Britain’s law enforcers may let companies avoid criminal charges if they agree to mend their ways. This would empower prosecutors. But in the U.S., where deals get little court scrutiny, it has tempted them to overreach. The Brits might do well to keep judges closely involved.

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