Testimony concludes in ex-Enron executives trial Jeannie Shawl at 2:20 PM ET
[JURIST] Testimony ended Monday in the trial of former Enron [JURIST news archive] executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling [Houston Chronicle profiles] as the defense team rested their case and the prosecution called only three rebuttal witnesses. Lay and Skilling are charged [indictment, PDF] with multiple counts of fraud and criminal conspiracy for providing investors with false and misleading financial information from 1999 up until Enron filed bankruptcy in late 2001.
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