Scruggs Nation, Day 11: Coffee, Tea or Dickie?

Scruggs has filed a motion, not opposed by the United States, to allow his private jet to take to the air once more, for the use of his attorneys in the criminal actions against him in Mississippi and Alabama. As a condition of release, U.S. Magistrate S. Allan Alexander ordered on November 28 that Scruggs not use his plane except for charitable and emergency purposes. But Scruggs’ attorney, John Keker, is a busy guy and flying commercial is apparently just not in the cards for him — thus the motion.

David Rossmiller
Insurance Coverage Blog