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In the three years since major lenders teetered on the brink of collapse, prompting huge taxpayer rescues and amplifying an already painful recession into the most punishing downturn since the Depression, public indignation has swelled while few people who played prominent roles in the crisis have faced legal consequences.
Originally posted by MikeNice81
I think we might see some state civil cases. It would help states raise money without spending milions fighting corporate lawyers. Plus many such cases are settled privately witht he company or person admitting no fault. The records also tend to get sealed.