For the third time in seven years, the U.S. Justice Department has issued a new policy for investigating and charging corporations.

Now, what will be called the McNulty Memorandum (named for Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty, who announced it) will be added to the Thompson and Holder Memoranda (also named for the deputy attorneys general who announced them) in the ever-evolving attempt by the DOJ to get it right.

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