Since Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty revised the Justice Department’s corporate fraud prosecution policies in December, the department has endured criticism from some who’ve argued that the “McNulty Memo” accomplished little.
Groups such as the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys have argued that McNulty’s revisions did not go far enough to discourage prosecutors from demanding that corporate defendants waive their attorney-client privilege.
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