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Topic - Jeffrey Skilling
A possible agreement that could reduce the prison sentence of former Enron Corp. CEO Jeffrey Skilling for his role in the collapse of the once-mighty energy giant is being discussed, according to the U.S. Justice Department.
A 3-year-old girl and her grandfather were wounded when they were caught in the crossfire of a shooting while returning home from a night of trick-or-treating, police said Monday.
Attorneys for lobbyist Kevin Ring argued in court papers that a landmark Supreme Court decision protects traditional lobbying activities from one of the government's most used, but recently diminished, anti-corruption tools.
The Supreme Court struck a blow to white-collar prosecutors Thursday by limiting the scope of a law that is a favorite of the Justice Department in political and business corruption cases.
Undercutting convictions against Jeffrey Skilling and media magnate Conrad Black, a Supreme Court ruling could affect other high-profile corruption cases against political and business leaders.