Former Enron CEO Skilling in deal to cut prison term
(Reuters) - Jeffrey Skilling, the former Enron Corp chief executive, could be freed from prison nearly a decade sooner than originally expected, under an agreement with federal prosecutors to end the last major legal battle over one of the biggest ...
Why ex-Enron CEO Jeff Skilling could get out of jail 10 years early
If you file enough appeals, you just might get lucky Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling could soon see his prison sentence shortened by as many as ten years, under the terms of a proposed re-sentencing deal announced Wednesday by the Justice Department.
SKILLING GETS 24 YEARS IN PRISON FOR ENRON FRAUD
Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling was sentenced today to 24 years in prison for his role in the energy company's 2001 collapse in what has become one of the nation's biggest corporate scandals. U.S. District Judge Sim Lake ordered Skilling to home confinement ...
Enron's Jeff Skilling in court to ask for early prison release
Former Enron Corp. Chief Executive Jeffrey K. Skilling, who is serving a 24-year prison sentence for his part in the collapse of the energy giant, is going before a federal judge in Houston on Friday to ask for an early release. Skilling, who has served ...
Skilling in talks on early jail release
Jeffrey Skilling, the former chief executive of Enron who was jailed ... Skilling, 59, has spent the past six years in a low-security prison camp in Littleton, Colorado, just outside Denver. He was scheduled for release in February 2028, when he would ...