Kevin Ryan discusses the government's use of mail and wire fraud to revive honest-services fraud violations. The Skilling v. United States case set a precedent for mail and wire fraud and Ryan argues the government is still trying to prosecute in a pre-Skilling way. Ryan discusses the Skilling case, the McNally case, and the Stinn case.
Government's Use of Mail & Wire Fraud to Revive Honest-Services Violations
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Ryan, K. (Academic). (2017). Government's use of mail & wire fraud to revive honest-services violations [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526419910
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