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Ex-Enron CEO’s Criminal Conviction Set Aside
Following Ken Lay’s Death

U.S. v. Kenneth L. Lay
    October 17, 2006

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  • The Lawyer for Lay’s Estate
  • U.S. Dept. of Justice

    Related Resources
  • Special Coverage: Enron Litigation
  • A federal judge in Houston set aside the criminal conviction of deceased former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay, and denied requests to have Lay’s estate pay restitution to victims of his crimes, citing the fact that he died “before sentencing, before a final judgment could be entered, and before a notice of appeal could be filed..”


     
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