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Put More Resources Toward Regulation
Date: August 27, 2014
Author: Prof. Brandon L. Garrett
QUOTE: the Department of Justice shifted gears in 2003 to leverage resources by offering cooperating companies non–prosecution deals. While corporate fines have skyrocketed, only a handful of financial institutions have pled guilty to criminal behavior.

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