Although no doctor familiar with Kenneth Lay's physical condition has said the former Enron CEO's heart attack was related to his legal problems, white-collar criminal defense lawyers say the emotional trauma of a criminal trial and conviction often manifests itself in health problems. "Dealing with the judicial process often is the equivalent of an emotional meltdown for people," says Atlanta attorney George A. Stein.
Lay Case Suggests Health Risk for White-Collar Felons
July 7, 2006
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