Public Favors Punishment Against Carnival For Continuing to Pollute – Supports Fine Of At Least $250,000,000 and Prison for Executives

About two weeks ago, I posted the following question on our Cruise Law News Facebook page and received comments (and replies) from 364 people. What do you believe is an appropriate sanction against Carnival Corp. for violating probation for pollution? A. Imprison Carnival’s senior executives. B. Bar Carnival Corp’s ships from U.S. ports. C. A substantial fine ($250,000,000). D. Another modest fine ($40,000,000). E. An admonishment. F.  Nothing, Carnival learned its lesson. G. Nothing, Carnival did nothing wrong. What do you believe is an appropriate sanction against Carnival Corp. for violating probation for pollution?A. … Posted by Cruise Law News on Friday, April 19, 2019 Eighty-eight percent (88%) of those responding to this admittedly unscientific poll felt that Carnival Corp. deserved sanctions of some type. The most popular choice was “C,” with over thirty-six percent (36%) of those selecting a “substantial fine…

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