Lawrence Hoskins, a UK citizen and former Alstom executive, was convicted last Friday on 11 of 12 counts for his role in a bribery scheme involving Indonesian officials. Hoskins conviction took years to secure because of jurisdictional challenges and appeals. Hoskins was originally indicted in 2013. The jury deliberated for one day – a resounding victory for DOJ prosecutors. Hoskins’ defense team launched an unusual defense, claiming that...
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