DSK Lawyers Refute Maid's 'Gender-Motivated Violence' Civil Claim

, New York Law Journal


A new claim in a former hotel maid's civil suit against Dominique Strauss-Kahn based on what his lawyers say is "an obscure, never-before-interpreted New York City law" should be dismissed as unconstitutionally vague, they argue in court papers.

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  • Lulaine

    This is going to be a highly contentious claim. The criminal charges being dropped does harm her civil case because the question of what happened in the room has not been answered. The details are murky at best, and for a civil claim to have some chance of success, a truth has to be established as to what really happened. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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