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Originally posted 11/18/2004 08:35AM
The fate of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh may now rest with the Florida Supreme Court.
Originally posted 10/07/2004 09:05AM
RULED: The name of the Colorado woman who accused Kobe Bryant, 26, of sexual assault will be made public in the civil lawsuit she is pressing against him, federal Judge Richard Matsch decided Wednesday. In making the ruling, the jurist said that allowing the 20-year-old to remain anonymous could be misconstrued by a jury as a prejudgment in the case. Lawyers for the woman – who intends to follow through with the case – had asked Matsch to protect her identity, saying she has faced death threats. Prosecutors dropped felony charges against L.A. Laker Bryant last month after his accuser refused to testify.
Originally posted 04/07/2004 4:28PM
Rush Limbaugh's attorney Roy Black argued in a Palm Beach County, Fla., appeals court on Wednesday that the radio host's medical records should remain sealed from prosecutors, who accuse him of illegally buying prescription drugs.
Originally posted 03/10/2004 3:21PM
Palm Beach County prosecutors are defending their seizure of Rush Limbaugh's personal medical records, saying they never violated the conservative radio host's privacy rights, reports the Associated Press.
Originally posted 01/23/2004 11:09AM
Rush Limbaugh's attorneys have tried, unsuccessfully, to arrange a deal with Palm Beach County prosecutors allowing the conservative talker to enter a court-sponsored drug-intervention program instead of facing charges, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Originally posted 01/13/2004 01:55PM
In what must certainly rank as the strangest marriage since President Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton were together named the Most Admired Americans in a year-end poll, the highly liberal American Civil Liberties Union is backing the archly conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh in his fight to keep his medical records off-limits to prosecutors probing drug-related charges against him, the Associated Press reports.
Originally posted 01/06/2004 01:00PM
Rush Limbaugh got a legal reprieve Monday when a West Palm Beach, Fla., judge allowed the conservative radio host's medical records to remain sealed and unavailable to prosecutors for at least another 15 days while his legal team pursues an appeal to keep a permanent lid on them, the Associated Press reports.
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