The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a new review of the convictions in the government corruption case against former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman and ex-HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy.
1. What is the “honest services” fraud law?
2. What is a “quid pro quo” agreement?
3. A judge issued a $2.9 billion civil judgment against Scrushy. According to the opinion, what did Mr. Scrushy do and why?
Johnson, B. (2010). Court Orders New Review of Siegelman, Scrushy Case, Associated Press, June 29 (Retrievable online at http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gEFj4h2WLTpKm2g7jltY0N0opHMgD9GL1FQO1
Memorandum Opinion in the 2002 Derivative Litigation for Jefferson County Alabama Circuit Court Case of Wade Tucker, et.al. versus Richard M. Scrushy, et. Al., June 18, 2009. (Retrievable online at http://www.hwnn.com/images/stories/files/Scrushy%20Memorandum%20Opinion.pdf)