In a dramatic repudiation of the government's investigation into accounting practices at AOL and PurchasePro, a jury acquitted all three defendants, former executives at the companies. This is the story of how that jury handed the Corporate Fraud Task Force one of its most resounding defeats. The jurors did their job, carefully weighing the evidence to come to a fair verdict. Says federal district court judge Walter Kelley Jr. who oversaw the case: "It was the greatest jury that ever happened anywhere."
A Jury Without Peer
The American Lawyer
November 8, 2007
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