Prosecution and Regulation of Corruption
Legal scholars discussed instances in which state and federal compete on who should prosecute and regulate public corruption cases. The program included audience member questions and answers between the audience and the panelists.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Chisam, Blake Chief Counsel and Staff Director (Former) Ethics
- Clark, Kathleen Professor Washington University in St. Louis->School of Law
- Goldstock, Ronald Director (Former) New York (State)->Organized Crime Task Force
- Hearn, Rose Gill Commissioner New York City Dept. of Investigation
- Hills, Roderick Jr. Professor New York University->School of Law
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