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Corporations in the Unusual Role of Criminal Defendant

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Chances are, when you hear or read about a defendant entering a plea in a criminal case, you picture a guy in an orange jumpsuit, someone who ultimately is most likely led away in handcuffs after the plea is entered.

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  • William Isaac Diggs

    The next time I break the law I'll just form a corporation and impute criminal responsibility to it. (Oh wait.... I'm not a member of the plutocracy!!

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