Headlines everywhere from People Magazine to the Wall Street Journal remind us that white collar crime is in the news. Both Ghislaine Maxwell and Elizabeth Holmes have been convicted and await sentencing. How are those federal sentences determined? What factors come into play, and what do the Holmes and Maxwell cases have in common?
In this episode, white collar attorney Jim Sturdivant joins the co-chair of our Investigations team, Dan Plunkett, to discuss the federal sentencing guidelines, statutory maximums, judicial discretion, and more.