WASHINGTON — At a time when Americans want BP’s scalp, one way or another, James M. Cole is raising some concerns about criminally charging corporations, the Associated Press reported. 
The nominee for the number two post in the Justice Department, told the Senate Judiciary Committee at his nomination hearing, that the best approach is to criminally charge individuals, the Associated Press reported.
Cole said he did not oppose charging corporation, but urged caution in that area, saying such charges can harm innocent employees and shareholders.
He also refuted suggestions by Republican committee members that he’s soft on terrorism, AP reported.
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