- Examining deferred prosecution agreements—SFO and Rolls-Royce
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- What is the background to this story?
- What prompted the SFO’s bribery and corruption investigations?
- What are the potential ramifications—legally, politically and otherwise?
- What lessons can corporate crime lawyers take away from all this?
Corporate Crime analysis: Edward Henry, barrister at QEB Hollis Whiteman Chambers, argues that a widespread move towards entering into deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) could result in a shift away from trials and open justice, which, although ultimately sanctioned by a court, inevitably contain much that is concealed from the public.
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