"That is big-time corruption," said Stanley Goldman, a Loyola law professor and veteran criminal lawyer. "While the individuals' cases might be relatively low-level offenses, with so many together that adds up to a very serious criminal enterprise."
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(a) O.C.'s illegally fixed court cases add up to 'big-time corruption' - www.LAtimes.com, 06/20/2015