Authorities have indicted two former associates of Michael Flynn for acting as illegal agents of the Turkish government in the United States.
Partner of the firm, Josh Rosenstein, comments on these indictments and the role of cooperation in FARA prosecutions.
“Cooperation is a very big part of it,” said Josh Rosenstein, a partner at Sandler Reiff Lamb Rosenstein & Birkenstock who specializes in fara requirements. “One reason there have been so few fara indictments and prosecutions historically is because it is often used as a bargaining chip as part of pre-prosecution agreements.”
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