Results of Executive Crime Focus Mixed NPR's Jim Zarroli provides this progress report on the many white-collar crime trials and investigations. While a jury convicted Martha Stewart last month of lying to investigators about a stock sale, two other big cases have ended in mistrial. The outcome of those cases points up some of the difficulties prosecutors face when they pursue criminal charges in corporate fraud cases.
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Results of Executive Crime Focus Mixed

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Results of Executive Crime Focus Mixed

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NPR's Jim Zarroli provides this progress report on the many white-collar crime trials and investigations. While a jury convicted Martha Stewart last month of lying to investigators about a stock sale, two other big cases have ended in mistrial. The outcome of those cases points up some of the difficulties prosecutors face when they pursue criminal charges in corporate fraud cases.