John O’Shea Reflects on the Lows and Highs of Two-Year FCPA Battle

After a 10-minute recess on Monday, Judge Lynn Hughes returned with a carefully scripted list of why he was granting the Rule 29 motion for acquittal on the substantive FCPA counts. “I just didn’t see how anyone on that jury could be thinking I did something wrong,” John O’Shea said in an interview with Just Anti-Corruption. A status hearing on Friday will discuss the fate of six remaining counts against the former manager of a Texas-based subsidiary of Swiss engineering firm ABB Ltd.

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