Volkswagen group is declared guilty of all the charges of the Dieselgate in the US

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research Dieselgate Volkswagen Group in the united States, it seems that to keep moving forward. Have already gone to testify before the commission, which is conducting, several of the leaders who were in the firm at that time. In these sessions, we have found accusations crusades of all kinds, in addition to warnings about the woven handle that is carried out within the greater group of the automotive sector.

Now that it seems that the court has all the elements value to determine a verdict the Volkswagen Group has given a twist to the story with the “unthinkable” statement of guilt total. As we have been able to know the German conglomerate has been convicted of the following charges on which she was sitting on the bench of the accused: fraud, obstruction of justice and making false statements.

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With this statement of guilt it would seem that things will be fixed in a matter of days, but behind it hides something more. For those who don’t know, when someone commits a crime, if you admit to guilt and is given voluntarily to repair the damage that has been caused will apply to a series of extenuating circumstances that allow for a reduction of the possible sentence imposed considerable.

The lawyers of the Volkswagen Group are not stupid and know if put a face of good children and admit their guilt things can go better. This type of defenses are widespread in the business areas, it allows to shorten the legal process, and prevents (in part) that the public image of the company is damaged almost beyond repair.

remains to Be seen if the court understands this conviction as something sense. if so, the German conglomerate will have to pay a lot of money in compensation, but his image could be clean in less time than expected. not understand as felt, things could complicate the group, although for now we do not believe that happens this alternative.

Source – The New York Times