This booklet provides a comprehensive discussion into federal antitrust litigation. Topics include arraignment and pleas, representation by counsel, plea bargaining, pretrial preparation, the trial, post-trial motions, sentence and judgment, and appeal.... the government should not string together eight or more aquot;separate and distinct crimes . . . when the only nexus among ... of single conspiracy to hijack merchandise was held to be two conspiracies: one to hijack camera equipment and one to hijack silver). ... (3) that the alleged conspirators benefitted from each othersa#39; activities or participation; or, (4) that the activities constituted a single unified scheme.
|Title||:||Criminal antitrust litigation manual|
|Author||:||American Bar Association. Section of Antitrust Law|
|Publisher||:||Amer Bar Assn - 1983-12|