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U.S.: Ky. Supreme Court will hear case over 30-year-old bid-rigging confession

 |  November 26, 2012

In an effort to keep a 30-year-old confession sealed, a highway contractor has appealed to the Kentucky Supreme Court to protect the admission of bid-rigging he made. The contractor, Leonard Lawson, lost a case in the Kentucky Court of Appeals, which ruled that Lawson’s privacy would not be invaded if the confession, which he made in 1983, was revealed. The Kentucky Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case; lawyers suspect certain details of the case will be under review.

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