Monthly Archives: August 2019

Jury award to Duluth ‘exiled’ priest confirmed – Duluth News Tribune

The Minnesota Court of Appeals upheld a Duluth jury’s finding that awarded $13,500 to the Reverend William Graham, who sued a man who accused him of child sex abuse. A state district court jury last August accepted Graham’s claim that the action against him interfered with his contractual obligations, but …

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Jury award to “exiled” priest of Duluth confirmed

A state district court jury last August accepted Graham’s claim that the action against him interfered with his contractual obligations, but said accuser Terrence Jerome Davis Jr. did not not intentionally inflicted emotional distress, as Graham’s counter-suit claimed. In December, Sixth Judicial District Judge Theresa Neo dismissed a petition from …

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San Diego County struggling with biggest jury prize in decades

Long before a San Diego County jury in July awarded David Collins more than $ 12 million for the brain damage he sustained in the sheriff’s custody, a mediator recommended his civil lawsuit be settled for $ 3 million, his lawyer said. The supervisory board, acting behind closed doors on …

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Maryland High Court launches $3.7 million jury award in lawsuit against paramedics

By Kevin Stawicki (August 16, 2019, 7:28 p.m. EDT) – Maryland’s highest court ruled Friday that Baltimore emergency medical technicians who provided care to a heart attack patient who later died n were not grossly negligent and enjoy immunity under state law. , effectively winning a jury’s $3.7 million prize. …

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