A representative from the Justice Department told a Senate panel that the agency is satisfied with the tactics used by prosecutors to pursue corporate criminals.
Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, deputy attorney general Paul McNulty said the agency might consider changes to the prosecution guidelines it adopted after the failure of Enron.
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