Counsel for former Jenkens & Gilchrist partners Paul Daugerdas and Donna Guerin and their co-defendants have charged that a juror at their trial for a massive illegal tax shelter scheme hid the fact that she had practiced law, had been suspended from practice for alcohol dependency and professional misconduct, that the Appellate Division had refused to reinstate her because of mental illness and that there was an outstanding warrant for her arrest.
Tax Shelter Defense Seeks New Trial Over Juror's Hidden Identity
New York Law Journal
August 16, 2011
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