The latest news on prison sentences
Sharpe James is found guilty in a fraudulent property scheme.
Unlike other high-profile corporate convicts, the hedge fund cofounder pleaded guilty.
Samuel Israel of the Bayou Group is ordered to turn over $300 million.
Study says corporate criminals get more time in a post-Sarbanes-Oxley world.
Former director pleads guilty to fraud and tampering with evidence.
The perpetrator of the program's largest individual fraud ever gets 10 years.
A former procurement officer is convicted of fraud.
Being in the same neighborhood with violent criminals isn't attractive.
Q&A: Federal Judge Reggie Walton explains his harsh criticism of sentencing disparities.
The Justice Department is stepping up pressure on Congress to severely limit the number of inmates who are expected to enjoy early release from prison because of a retroactive change in the crack cocaine sentencing guidelines.