In 1990, federal attorneys in Maine worked on 75 drug cases and 18 white-collar
In 1990, federal attorneys in Maine worked on 75 drug cases and 18 white-collar crimes, while in 1993 they worked on 48 drug cases and 44 white-collar cases. Some of the biggest white-collar crimes federal prosecutors have worked on since 1990 include cases involving F.J. O'Hara and Sons of Rockland, International Paper Company, the Penquis Community Action Program and an attempt to extort $5 million from Bath Iron Works. Details, related articles.
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Young, Bob, "In 1990, federal attorneys in Maine worked on 75 drug cases and 18 white-collar" (1994). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. Paper 265.
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