Fall 2017 • Law 610 • Credits: 2
Instructor: Scott Bradford
Includes mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy, tax fraud, public corruption, and environmental crimes with heavy emphasis on the practical aspects of these topics. Handouts and discussion focus on indictments, plea agreements, and the U.S. sentencing guidelines.
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