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Judge bans financial jargon from Fabrice Tourre trial

Jul 17, 2013
She's instructed lawyers to "have a heart" and stay away from words like 'security,' 'collateral' and 'asset-backed.'
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As Russia tries dead man, cover-up alleged

Mar 21, 2013
Russian legal specialist Sergei Magnitsky is due to be tried tomorrow for tax offenses, even though he died in prison more than 3 years ago. Critics of Russian business practices say he was killed to cover up corruption by officials.
Posted In: Russia, trial, corruption
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Pistorius murder media frenzy reminds some of O.J.

Feb 22, 2013
Cable news counts on the ratings bump it gets from sensational trials and other long-running stories.
Posted In: Oscar Pistorius, O.J. Simpson, trial, legal, lawsuit, media, cable TV, news
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Trial continues for accused Ponzi schemer Allen Stanford

Feb 8, 2012
The former CEO of the Stanford Financial Group is considered the biggest accused Ponzi schemer to be tried. One of the government’s key witnesses testifies this week.
Posted In: ponzi, Allen Stanford, trial

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