Federal prosecutors will not challenge a judge’s ruling that vacates the conviction of Enron founder Ken Lay, who died in July after being found guilty for his role in the massive corporate accounting scandal.
Last month, Judge Simeon Lake ruled that Lay’s death vacated his conviction on fraud and conspiracy charges because he could not challenge the conviction.
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