Course Description

LAWS 6035
White Collar Crime
General Description:
Examines distinctions between white collar crime and other types of criminal activity and the needs for and arguments against white collar laws and law enforcement. Studies securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, insider trading, money laundering, false statements, conspiracy and criminal forfeiture statutes. Includes use of the grand jury, privileges applicable in the corporate setting, immunity, discovery and the impact of parallel civil proceedings. Examines effect of government policy on corporations and their counsel, pre-trial and trial strategy, jury selection, and victim notification and restitution options.

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LAWS 6035-001

Instructor(s): Cliff Stricklin

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu   9:00 AM - 10:15 AM   WOLF 304