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Judicially Ordered Acquittals In FCPA Trials

Judicial Decision

As highlighted in this post, recently a federal trial court judge granted Lawrence Hoskins’s post-trial motion for acquittal on all FCPA charges.

Obtaining a judicially ordered acquittal (whether post-trial as in the Hoskins matter or at some other stage of a trial such as after the prosecution’s case in chief) rarely happens given the high burden a defendant has in seeking such an extraordinary remedy.

Yet, as highlighted in this post, judicially ordered acquittals have happened in several other individual FCPA prosecutions. These occurrences are notable given the relative infrequency of FCPA trials.

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