Jeffrey Skilling, the former head of Enron, is anticipating a ruling that could dramatically cut his time in prison. Skilling was convicted in 2006 for his role in the the corporate scandal, and was sentenced to serve more than 20 years in a Colorado federal prison
While many people think his sentence was actually too light given the amount of money that people all over the country lost, Skilling's sentence, and the way by which other so-called "white collar" criminals are punished, is something that legal scholars have been debating for years.
Many think it may soon change.
For more we're joined by Kelly Strader, Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School.