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Former Enron Corp. Chief Accounting Officer Richard Causey is expected to enter a guilty plea during a re-arraignment hearing before U.S. District Judge Sim Lake in Houston on Wednesday afternoon, according to news reports. The trial in United States v. Richard A. Causey, et al. is currently scheduled to begin on Jan. 17. Causey’s co-defendants are former Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, Enron’s former chief executive officer. Enron filed for bankruptcy in 2001. The indictment in Causey alleges the former Enron executives conspired to commit securities and wire fraud and, either jointly or separately, to commit or cause to commit overt acts. All three previously had pleaded not guilty. The terms of Causey’s plea negotiations were not disclosed publicly by the government or Causey’s lawyers prior to Wednesday’s hearing.

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