On April 19, Judge Henry E. Hudson sentenced Charles Jumet, 53 years old, to seven years and three months in prison for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and for making false statements to federal agents. This is the longest sentence imposed on an individual for violating the FCPA. There is nothing remarkable about the facts of United States v. Jumet when compared to other FCPA violations; the harsh sentence resulted more from the government’s increased vigilance toward FCPA violators.
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