Why didn't Rajat Gupta plead guilty?

Why didn't Rajat Gupta plead guilty?

New Delhi : India | Jun 16, 2012 at 2:14 PM PDT
Source: The Economic Times
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In real life, charges are dismissed only 8 or 9% of the time, and only 1% of defendants are found not guilty. Most cases don't even make it to trial: in 2010, 89% of defendants settled with the prosecutor, according to the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics. FULL ARTICLE AT The Economic Times
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