Archive for September, 2012

Pope’s butler suffers setback on first day of trial for leaking secret papers

Judges refused to admit evidence from the Vatican’s own investigation, which Paolo Gabriele’s lawyers hoped could help explain his motives for leaking Pope Benedict’s private documents

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Setback for Pope's butler in trial

Pope Benedict's butler, accused of using his access to the pope to steal papers that he thought would expose Vatican corruption, has suffered a blow on the first day of his trial, with judges refusing to admit evidence from the Church's own investigation. read more

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Personnel File for Sept. 30

Harry R. Allen, counsel in the Gulf Coast office of Currie Johnson Griffin Gaines & Myers, has been named Best Lawyers' 2013 Gulfport Medical Malpractice Law-Defendants' Lawyer of the Year. Only a single lawyer in each practice area in each community is so honored by the Best Lawyers organization. This is the 25th year Allen has received these designations.

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Trial of Pope’s butler opens with a setback for defence

Pope Benedict’s butler, accused of using his access to the Pope to steal papers that he thought would expose Vatican corruption, suffered a blow yesterday on the first day of his trial when judges refused to admit evidence from the Church’s own investigation.

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Trial of pope's butler starts with setback for defence

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict's butler, accused of using his access to the pope to steal papers that he thought would expose Vatican corruption, suffered a blow on Saturday's first day of his trial when judges refused to admit evidence from the Church's own investigation.

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