The New York Times
June 24, 2010

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The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the convictions of former Enron chief executive Jeffrey K. Skilling and former Hollinger International chief executive Conrad M. Black “flawed,” finding fault in interpretations of the statutes used to prosecute the two men.

The justices sent both cases back to lower courts for review. The conviction of Mr. Black was vacated and remanded because it was based on the precedent set by Mr. Skilling’s conviction.

Read the Skilling opinion here (PDF) and the Black opinion here (PDF) or after the jump. More to come.

Supreme Court Opinion Finding Flaws in Skilling Conviction

Supreme Court Opinion Finding Fault in Conrad Black Conviction

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