ALM Business Crimes Bulletin

An individual designated in an indictment as an “unindicted co-conspirator” has not been charged by a grand jury with a crime.  Rather, the label reflects only the view that the individual is complicit in the defendant’s wrongdoing.  Senior counsel Doreen Klein, with a co-author, explains this issue of Business Crimes Bulletin that unlike the defendant who has a right to defend himself, the unindicted co-conspirator is not on trial but confined to a limbo in which vindication is never possible.

The full article can be found here.

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