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of a noncriminal law that is nevertheless exculpable under BCA [section]
172) It follows that a breach of the fiduciary duty of loyalty or unlawful conduct by officers or directors is not exculpable by management.
Prosecutors in such cases, likewise, kept trying to enforce the distinction between vicious and culpable passions and exculpable insanity--as does, for example, the lawyer for the state in the 1871 trial, in Cleveland, of Jay F.