Prosecutors must show that the pair acquired the property and money using funds from their roles in the corporate conspiracy scandal. Lay and Skilling will be sentenced [JURIST report] later this year with Lay facing a maximum of 45 years in prison for conspiracy and fraud, while Skilling faces a maximum sentence of 185 years for his conviction. The Washington Post has more.
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