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In the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, federal white-collar criminal enforcement came under fire. Much of the criticism was directed at prosecutors who were seen as going too easy on large financial institutions, and a principal target of critics was the corporate Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA). Under a DPA, the government files criminal charges, the company agrees to remediate wrongdoing (through financial payments and internal reforms), and the charges are ultimately dismissed.
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