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David Edmonds, a former vice president of California-based Control Components Inc., was jailed for four months at his sentencing Monday for violating the FCPA, followed by four months of home confinement.
In a court filing late last week, the DOJ said Hong Rose Carson, the former sales director for Control Components Inc. in China and Taiwan, should be sentenced to just six months of home confinement and fined $20,000.
The former director of worldwide sales for Control Components Inc. was sentenced Thursday to 13 months home confinement and fined $20,000 for bribing Chinese officials.
The DOJ said in a court filing last week that it would be satisfied with home confinement instead of prison for Paul Cosgrove because of his serous health problems.
Here's what happened during the second quarter of 2012.
The former head of worldwide sales for Control Components Inc., Paul Cosgrove, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Chris Matthews of the Wall Street Journal reported today that Paul Cosgrove will appear in federal court Tuesday and plead guilty to charges stemming from a global bribery scheme at Control Components Inc.
In U.S. v. Carson, the defendants submitted a sixty-one page argument on the issue of who's a 'foreign official,' along with a declaration by Mike Koehler about the FCPA's legislative history that stretched to one hundred fifty pages.
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.
Judge James V. Selna yesterday denied the Carson defendants motion to dismiss ten FCPA-related counts in the indictment against them based on the definition of "foreign official" in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Former fugitive Flavio Ricotti pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Santa Ana, California to a single count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Travel Act.