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May 31, 2006

Another Enron case now turns to sentencing

I am glad I have created this Enron sentencing category archive, because another Enron-related criminal charge resulted in a conviction this afternoon.  However, as this AP story details, prosecutors only batted .500 this time around:

Jurors on Wednesday convicted one of the former executives from Enron Corp.'s defunct broadband unit to be retried after his original case ended in a hung jury last year. Former broadband unit finance chief Kevin Howard was convicted of five counts of fraud, conspiracy and falsifying records while former in-house accountant Michael Krautz was acquitted of the same charges after a monthlong trial.

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