Keeping the Indictment Out of the Jury Room

August 7, 2012  |  New York Law Journal

A recent Second Circuit decision provides guidance against the practice of providing a copy of the indictment to the jury during deliberations. This article discusses issues presented by "speaking indictments," the court's decision in United States v. Esso, and its guidance, which is particularly apt in white collar cases.

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