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This article is the second in a three-part series on what overseas company counsel should do when an employee is arrested on a minor criminal charge while on business in the United States. Part I addressed the company’s need to understand the scope of the problem. Part III will discuss approaches to softening the possible impact of the event upon the employee’s ability to travel to the United States in the future.

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