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  • Jim Jones explains his support of the Idaho Supreme Court's 'loser pays' rule

    Former Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Jones explains his reasoning in a modified rule that could lead to the losers in some civil cases to pay the other side's legal fees.

Former Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Jones explains his reasoning in a modified rule that could lead to the losers in some civil cases to pay the other side's legal fees. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com
Former Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Jones explains his reasoning in a modified rule that could lead to the losers in some civil cases to pay the other side's legal fees. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com

Should you have to pay your opponent’s lawyer if you lose a lawsuit?

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