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Ill Juror

A county court properly denied an estate’s motion for a mistrial in a medical malpractice suit after the defendant doctor and his counsel came to the aid of an ill juror who had stopped breathing, an Illinois appeals court ruled.

CHICAGO – A county court properly denied an estate’s motion for a mistrial in a medical malpractice suit after the defendant doctor and his counsel came to the aid of an ill juror who had stopped breathing, an Illinois appeals court ruled.

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