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A Virginia architect was recently sentenced to 33 months in prison for bribing officials to obtain inside information about contracts at a Veterans Affairs’ hospital. Does the punishment fit the crime?


A Virginia architect was recently sentenced to 33 months in prison for bribing officials to obtain inside information about contracts at a Veterans Affairs’ hospital. Does the punishment fit the crime?

Answers Votes
Yes, bribery is serious business. 32%
No, losing his license and banning him from bidding on future public projects should be enough. 68%


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Tagged categories: Architecture; Criminal acts; Design; Ethics; Fraud; Government; Laws and litigation

Comment from Sarah Geary, (4/15/2016, 8:31 AM)

"Bribery" is only half the briber's fault.


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