Monthly Archives: June 2017

The “Mark of the Beast” jury prize confirmed on appeal

A federal appeals court has upheld jury compensation of $586,861 to a mining worker who felt pressured into retirement when he refused to use a hand-held biometric scanner for religious reasons – claiming that it was linked to the biblical “mark of the beast” – in a case filed its …

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The “Mark of the Beast” jury prize confirmed in appeal

A federal appeals court upheld a jury prize of $ 586,861 to a mining worker who felt compelled to retire when he refused to use a biometric hand-held scanner on religious grounds – claiming that this was related to the biblical “mark of the beast” – in a case filed …

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Appeals court upholds jury award of $11 million in St. Paul Toyota – Twin Cities crash case

A federal appeals court has upheld an $11 million jury award tied to a St. Paul car crash that killed three people and resulted in the wrongful imprisonment of a driver. Koua Fong Lee, left, and his wife, Panghoua Moua, react after charges against him were dropped in 2010. (Pioneer …

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