Pro-business Sessions will not go easy on corporate crime: lawyers

Senator Jeff Sessions delivers a nominating speech for Republican U.S. Presidential candidate Trump at the Republican National Convention in ClevelandJeff Sessions may be known as a pro-business conservative but as U.S. attorney general he is unlikely to shy away from indicting big companies and individuals for serious white-collar crimes, legal experts said, citing his record as a lawmaker. President-elect Donald Trump on Friday named Sessions, a four-term senator from Alabama and former federal prosecutor, to lead the Justice Department. Sessions, 69, an early supporter of Trump, is expected to accept the cabinet post if confirmed.

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