Last modified: October 12, 2006 1:43 PM PDT
Documents: Criminal charges in HP scandal
On Oct. 4, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed criminal charges against Hewlett-Packard's former chairman, Patricia Dunn, and four others involved in HP's spying campaign.
The others charged were Kevin Hunsaker, HP's former senior lawyer; Ronald DeLia, a private detective; Joseph DePante, owner of data-brokering company Action Research Group; and Bryan Wagner, a Colorado man believed to have been an employee of Action Research, according to the filing in Santa Clara County Superior Court. Here are Lockyer's court filings.