DOJ loses thirteen KPMG tax indictments through prosecutorial misconduct


The U.S. Department of Justice took another ethical black eye yesterday, this time from the 2nd Circuit Court

of Appeals in Manhattan. The court held — in a widely watched KPMG tax fraud case — that DOJ attorneys

illegally interfered with the defendants’ access to legal counsel, protected under the 6th Amendment to the

United States Constitution.

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