In Admissibility of Financial Crimes Evidence — Part 2A, we continue our review of the financial crimes evidence debate with the beginning of our look at the in-camera testimony of Jeanie Seckinger, one of the defendant’s former coworkers who discovered the evidence of his financial crimes that led to his resignation from his law firm.

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