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Lawyer’s Charges Dropped After Witnesses Overdose

February 20, 2014

WHEELING — Harrison County, W.Va., Circuit Judge John Lewis Marks Jr. on Wednesday dismissed criminal charges against Wheeling lawyer Paul J....

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Feb-20-14 9:37 PM

"While he is happy to move on, Mr. Harris regrets that the dismissal was caused by the death of the state's witness, CJ Wilson," McCoid said... "Mr. Harris regrets their deaths, but he also regrets he was not able to be vindicated on the merits of the case at trial because he believes that Mr. Wilson would have ultimately testified truthfully and thereby would have exonerated him."

Ha! In a Pig's Eye He Does!

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Feb-20-14 8:46 PM

We should be talking about ****** and not censoring the word. If someone is stupid enough to inject or ingest a substance that could have almost anything at all mixed in with it, then death is the probable outcome. As for the attorney allegedly involved in witness intimidation, etc., he won't stop if this is his M.O. Time wounds all heels.

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Feb-20-14 11:13 AM

Interesting. The NR uses the word h e r o i n in its article, but when one uses it in a comment about the article it is censored. What gives???

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Feb-20-14 10:02 AM

shyster lawyers.

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Feb-20-14 8:57 AM

How convenient is that!

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Feb-20-14 8:00 AM

Makes you wonder who might have supplied the ******???

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