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September 12, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Judy Nelson's attorney in her palimony suit against Martina Navratilova should be disqualified from the case because he unjustly gained financial data, a lawyer testified during the third day of a preliminary hearing in the lawsuit on whether he should be removed from the case. The conduct of Jerry Loftin, Nelson's lawyer, was made an issue, and Nelson hired another lawyer to act as a consultant. That lawyer, whose name wasn't released, met with both women and with Navratilova's attorney.
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September 12, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Judy Nelson's attorney in her palimony suit against Martina Navratilova should be disqualified from the case because he unjustly gained financial data, a lawyer testified during the third day of a preliminary hearing in the lawsuit on whether he should be removed from the case. The conduct of Jerry Loftin, Nelson's lawyer, was made an issue, and Nelson hired another lawyer to act as a consultant. That lawyer, whose name wasn't released, met with both women and with Navratilova's attorney.
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March 29, 1987 | MIKE COCHRAN, Associated Press
Shortly before nightfall on June 11, 1974, a neatly dressed young man slipped into Janelle Kirby's garage apartment. Pointing a pistol at her head, he pulled handcuffs from a pocket and ordered the young Texas Christian University student to place her hands on the bed in front of her. She did as she was told. As he snapped a handcuff on one of her wrists, Kirby grabbed for the gun. They struggled and fell to the floor. She screamed.
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