Since we started tracking FCPA fugitives (like a blog -- not like a U.S. Marshal), a lot has happened.
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Two former executives of Control Components Inc. became the second husband and wife convicted of FCPA offenses when they pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in Santa Ana, California.
Sam Rubenfeld of the Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the wife of a current defendant in the Haiti telco case has been indicted.
What does Jan Handzlik think of yesterday's stunning end of John O'Shea's FCPA trial in Houston?
The government last week agreed to vacate Angela Aguilar's conviction pending its appeal of the judge's order to dismiss the indictments against her co-defendants.
It was a long time coming, but justice has been done. -- Jan Handzlik, attorney for the Lindsey Defendants
Lawyers for Lindsey Manufacturing Co. and two of its executives learned yesterday that the government failed to turn over a grand jury transcript containing testimony of FBI agent Susan Guernsey.
Sources in LA say prosecutors have offered Angela Aguilar a sentencing deal if she drops her motion for judgment of acquittal, due to be heard June 13.
Will he ever come back to help his wife, Angela Aguilar?
A reader just asked about possible sentences for the Lindsey defendants convicted on all counts by an LA jury yesterday. Here's what the DOJ's release said:
The jury handed down guilty verdicts today on all counts against all of the defendants on trial in the Lindsey case.
The jurors in the trial of Lindsey Manufacturing, its CEO Dr. Keith Lindsey and CFO Steve K. Lee, and Lindsey's Mexico agent Angela Aguilar, have started their deliberations.