A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Attorney probe of trading
in the shares of ImClone Systems resulted in a widely publicized criminal case,
which resulted in prison terms for media ...
Jun 5, 2003 ... Martha Stewart is indicted on charges of conspiracy, obstruction of justice ... US
Attorney James B Comey says at news conference that case is ...
May 15, 2012 ... Stewart's case was more complicated. She had made a timely sale, but that wasn'
t enough to accuse her of insider trading. To do that, the ...
Mar 5, 2004 ... The Martha Stewart guilty verdict is more than troubling. It is an outrage. The very
case itself typifies today's government — an entity that is free ...
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Martha Stewart was accused of insider trading after she sold four thousand .....
Oren Yaniv, “Witness in Stewart Case Gets A $2,000 Fine On Guilty Plea,” The ...
Washington, D.C., June 4, 2003 -- The Securities and Exchange Commission
today filed securities fraud charges against Martha Stewart and her former ...
Jul 6, 2016 ... FBI Director James Comey pursued a criminal case against Martha Stewart for
insider trading, which legal observers agree was weak by any ...
Back in 2004, media mogul Martha Stewart served five months in federal prison.
What was her crime? The case was all about insider trading.
Mar 5, 2004 ... Industry analysts say Martha Stewart Living may not be able to ... of Stewart was
not a close call, but that the hardest aspect of the case was the ...
Mar 8, 2004 ... Surprising many court-watchers, Martha Stewart was convicted Friday ... men
reached the verdicts on the third day of deliberations in the case.