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Western District keeps jurors happy

Here’s one way to keep the populace happy: Don’t have them jump into a federal jury pool when they likely will not have to serve. That “juror utilization” metric is something court administrators track, and the Federal Judicial Center has ...

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Judge approves sentence for maker of Depakote

Federal and state government lawyers are trumpeting the formal resolution of a $1.6-billion case against pharmaceutical giant Abbott Laboratories Inc. for off-label marketing of its anti-seizure drug Depakote. A federal judge in Abingdon approved a criminal sentence for Abbott today. ...

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Accused Navy vets scammer is former lawyer

The man known as “Bobby Thompson” is a former lawyer with degrees from the University of Virginia and Harvard, federal officials say. U.S. Marshals say “Thompson” is really John D. Cody, an Army veteran and former Arizona lawyer wanted since ...

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