Scrushy calls SOX unconstitutional

Lawyers for Richard Scrushy, the former founder of HealthSouth
Corp., last week filed one of the first legal challenges to the
Sarbanes-Oxley corporate-crime law, calling it "unconstitutional
and overly vague," according to The Wall Street Journal. Scrushy,
who was ousted as HealthSouth chairman in March 2003, was the first
chief executive of a major company to be charged with violating
SOX, which was passed in 2002 in response to a rash of corporate
scandals.