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.

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

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