Lecture on Combating Corruption and Prosecuting Corporate Fraud at Law School
Assistant attorney Brett A Sagel from the United States gave an academic lecture on the afternoon of Oct.19th, 2009 in the Law School. The theme of the lecture was combating corruption and prosecuting corporate fraud in America. Teachers studying criminal law and criminal procedure law were present in the lecture, together with many law students.
Mr. Brett gave a clear and vivid lecture on the topic with case studies and many photos. Mr. Brett also used his own experience in prosecution as an example to present the detailed procedures of prosecution.
At first, he explained why public officers committing crimes should be harshly punished. Then he introduced a case that Michael Coroner, a sheriff of Orange County, was prosecuted for corruption. In the third part, he briefed the audience with the white-collar crimes in the U.S and the efforts U.S. has been making in combating corruption with other countries.
The lecture was followed by a discussion with the audience.
Post Date:2009-10-28 Click Times:279