Martha Stewart case

Jun 23rd, 2015
Anonymous
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We talked about the Martha Stewart case in class in Week 1. Criminal sanctions and her jail sentence were imposed upon her for obstructing justice in lying to the SEC, the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department and not for insider trading.  Do you think her conviction was fair or was she used, because of her notoriety, to make an example for others? 

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