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Critics Rip GM Deferred Prosecution Agreement in Engine Switch Case


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Critics Rip GM Deferred Prosecution Agreement in Engine Switch Case

Russell Mokhiber

General Motors will pay $900 million, enter into a deferred prosecution agreement and accept a monitor for three years as part of a settlement of allegations that it failed to disclosed a faulty engine switch in GM automobiles that resulted in 124 deaths.

That’s according to the deferred prosecution agreement, and a lengthy statement of facts detailing GM’s criminal wrongdoing.

GM was represented by Anton Valukas, Reid Schar and Anthony Barkow of Jenner & Block.


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