CLICK THIS LINK: SETH JOHNSTON ANSWER IN ANGELA FORD LAW SUIT This so-called secret pleading was delivered to LawReader this week. Johnston alleges Ford was seeking business formats to hide money from potential creditors due to her expenditure of millions in the Fen Phen case which might have to be returned. The whole legal community awaits the ruling of the Ky. Supreme Court.
ANGELA FORD’s CO-COUNSEL IN PENDING KY. SUPREME COURT APPEAL, INDICTED ON FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES - Is Plea Bargain Possible?
Story first broken by LawReader now in courier-journal and USA today
As for whether the trial court's response was accurate, "[t]here is no iron-bound, copper-fastened, double-riveted rule against the admission of evidence after both parties have rested upon their proof and even after the jury has entered upon it deliberations. Considerable latitude in discretion is vested in the trial judge in this respect." Henry v. United States, 204 F.2d 817, 820 (6th Cir. 1953). RCr 9.42(e)
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