White-Collar Crime

Victims' Rights and White-Collar Defense

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White-Collar Crime columnists Elkan Abramowitz and Jonathan Sack discuss the Crime Victim Rights Act, writing: To be sure, advocacy by putative victims can exert influence on prosecutors and courts in a manner that complicates defense of a white-collar case. At the same time, the rights of putative victims may, on occasion, give rise to disclosures that assist the defense.

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