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Trial Attorney Ads Raise Pretrial Publicity Controversy.

March 3, 2008

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Trial lawyer, Geoffrey Feiger, was indicted on charges of funneling $127,000 to former presidential candidate, John Edwards. His trial is scheduled to begin in Michigan in April.
Feiger is now accused of trying to taint the potential jury pool by running commercials comparing the Bush Administration to Nazis, and claiming that trial lawyers are under attack from the federal government. Feiger has appealed a recent decision ordering him to discontinue the ads on First Amendment grounds.
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