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When the U.S. Department of Justice charged former in-house lawyer Lauren Stevens with six felonies, it aimed to send a clear message that no one should lie to federal investigators—including lawyers. But the short and bitter trial that followed backfired. In the end it conveyed a message to both in-house counsel and prosecutors about the dangers of overzealousness.

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