Samuel Buell

Professor of Law at the University of Texas

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Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas School of Law; former prosecutor with the Justice Department’s Enron Task Force and was the lead prosecutor on the Enron case until March, 2004

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The  Enron  case took four months to try, but the jury needed just 31 hours to reach its verdicts.

Enron Verdicts

The Enron case took four months to try, but the jury needed just 31 hours to reach its verdicts.

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