Professor Paul Cassell quoted by national media about Department of Justice Boeing Max prosecution decision


May 15, 2024 | Faculty

Professor Paul Cassell, a middle-aged white man with red hair wearing a black suit coat and blue collared shirtProfessor Paul Cassell, a former federal judge and expert in criminal law, is quoted in The New York TimesThe Washington PostUSA Today, and other national publications about the Department of Justice’s May 14 court filing, which ruled that Boeing breached the terms of a federal government settlement to resolve a charge linked to the deadly crashes of two 737 Max aircraft.

Cassell represents the Boeing Max crash victims’ families and noted that the DOJ’s filing opens the company to potential criminal prosecution.

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