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Monthly Archives: April 2005
Of all the potential jurors in a county with a population of 258,941 (U.S. Census, 2000), one of the 12 sitting members in Jablonski v. Ford was a former college roommate of Thomas Lakin, founder of the Lakin Law Firm in Wood River, and father of the trial’s plaintiff attorney, Bradley Lakin. Read MoreFeatures, News
Jurors contacted in the wake of a recent $43 million verdict against Ford Motor Co. did not want to talk about their monumental decision.
“It’s over and done with,” said juror Roy Bennington by phone. “I don’t think I want to comment. Mum’s the word.” Then he hung up on a reporter who called him at his Granite City home. Read MoreFeatures, News