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Monday, June 11, 2007

Trial Begins Today in Judge's $54 Million Suit Over Dry Cleaner's $10 Alteration to His Pants

I previously blogged the story of the Washington, D.C. administrative judge who sued his neighborhood dry cleaner for $65 million over a $10 alteration to his pants. The judge has since reduced his demand to $54 million, and the trial is scheduled to begin today.  The Washington Post reports on a proposed settlement.

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Comments

Roland Feisler is alive and well, it seems.

Posted by: Doug@usa.com | Jun 11, 2007 10:56:05 AM

This judge be fired for poor ethics and frivolous law suit. Then get the death sentance for being a fraud.

Posted by: scott | Jun 11, 2007 6:43:25 PM

I love this country . money doesn't grow on trees , but law suits sure do
talk about 'suing the pants off' of someone .
he's a judge . i can't see him losing
you go your honor !

Posted by: bflynch | Jun 11, 2007 7:31:52 PM