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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Nancy Marshall recently won a jury verdict in a civil death case where her client, an elderly woman, was accused of murdering her male attendant. The client had been arrested by a detective investigating the death of the attendant but the D.A. refused to prosecute. The attendant had led a very disturbed personal life. His autopsy revealed the presence of metabolites of heroin, he had threatened suicide, and the gun used was his brother’s. The defense theory was that he had committed suicide. The jury determined that he had not been killed by the defendant.

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