MGMT 520 Week 6 Case Analysis, United States v. Gray


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MGMT 520 Week 6 Case Analysis, United States v. Gray

The defendant was Kevin Gray. He attempted to commit fraud by convincing a Florida businessman (Frank Patti) via letters and phone calls that for $85,000 he would be able to bribe the jury in charge of his trial for tax evasion, avoiding Patti to spend any time behind bars. Patti informed this to the FBI and after recording the phone calls, they apprehended the defendant and charged him on one count of mail fraud. Gray was ….guilty of mail fraud by the district court. The defendant pleaded that his methods were hardly believable, to the point that a regular person should not have believed this scheme. Making it to fall outside the realm of conduct proscribed by the mail fraud statute. This was the argument the defendant used to appeal the…………….Continued (05 Pages with References)

MGMT 520 week 6 case Analysis


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