Kentucky

October 12, 2013 9:10 PM

State Supreme Court justice says he didn't ask E. Ky. lawyer Eric C. Conn for campaign money

In early 2012, Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott repeatedly drove to the Floyd County office of disability benefits lawyer Eric C. Conn, which is a chain of interconnected trailers along U.S. 23, fronted by a one-ton, 19-foot-tall statue of Abraham Lincoln. The men thought they could be useful to one another.

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