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Client's admission at plea negates malpractice claim (access required)

Even if a lawyer had been late in withdrawing a client's guilty plea, he would not have been liable for malpractice, a federal judge in Abingdon has ruled. The client's admission in open court that he had distributed drugs was the sole proximate cause of any injuries suffered, the judge said. Attorneys familiar with the case noted ...

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