Former Hewlett-Packard General Counsel Ann Baskins escaped criminal charges Wednesday, even as state prosecutors charged five others in connection with the computer company’s boardroom spying scandal.

California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed charges in Santa Clara County Superior Court against former Chairwoman Patricia Dunn; ousted HP senior counsel and ethics director Kevin Hunsaker; private investigator Ronald DeLia; records dealer Joseph DePante; and Bryan Wagner, who did work for DePante.

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