Now, the agency is sending fewer serious contested cases to its own judges, according to a new analysis by the Journal.
A review of 160 cases affecting more than 500 defendants shows that in the three months through September, the SEC sent just 11%—four of 36—of its contested cases to its administrative law judges. That was down from 40% in the like period of 2014.
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