The Clarion Ledger reports that former Mississippi state judge Bobby DeLaughter will plead guilty tomorrow to a charge that he lied to the FBI during an investigation into efforts to improperly influence DeLaughter's handling of a fee dispute between Dickie Scruggs and his former co-counsel, Robert Wilson. (hat tip: NMissCommentor, y'all politics). DeLaughter's plea on this count should come as no great surprise to followers of the Good Ole (Miss) Boy Network scandals of the last couple of years, but it is a shocking fall from grace for the former Byron De La Beckwith prosecutor.
Another Scruggs-Related Guilty Plea
- Scruggs appeal denied
- Scruggs tries to wiggle out of guilty plea
- Texas Supreme Court finishes off Garza v. Merck
- Around the web, August 15
- No surprises on Zach Scruggs
- Documentary "Injustice" on Reelz tonight
- Around the web, April 14
- "New York Takes Step on Money in Judicial Elections"
- Around the web, February 10
- Around the web, August 2
- Zach Scruggs: "post comments on all Rossmiller's blogs and overtake it with our propaganda"
- Goodwin Liu on judges' writings
- Jonathan Adler on the Liu nomination
- On the Scruggs scandals, "Kings of Tort"
- USDC: Corrupt PA Judges Have Civil Immunity