An indictment is only an indictment. Schadenfreude would be inappropriate. From Legalnewsline.com:
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Special prosecutors appointed by a federal judge on Tuesday hit nationally known plaintiffs attorney Richard Scruggs and his law firm with criminal contempt charges over his handling of insurance documents related to Hurricane Katrina claims.
Prosecutors Joel Williams, Michael Rasmussen and Charles Sharp drew up the four-page indictment, having recently been appointed by federal judge William Acker of the Northern District of Alabama.
Yes, Schadenfreude would be wrong.
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