Jurors last week got a taste of what’s to come in the trial of three former executives facing multiple criminal fraud charges in the 2012 collapse of 1,400-lawyer Dewey & LeBoeuf.

During the first few days of a trial that prosecutors said could last six months, they began filling in the details of a bare-bones indictment, drawing on email exchanges and visual aids to inject color into what promises to be a complex, accounting-heavy case.

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