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Rush Law in the News

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Rush gets NFL client everything back

Posted 12/14/2015 by ESPN for http://espn.go.com/blog/green-bay-packers/post/_/id/25724/police-finally-return-seized-cash-truck-to-packers-letroy-guion Police seized his gun, cash and truck for civil forfeiture alleging that the NFL player had made his money from dealing marijuana, not from his multi-million dollar career in the NFL. Although he had just returned from the playoffs 3 days before and the cash was sealed in bank
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Rush recovers $125k for woman sexually assaulted by GPD officer

Posted 10/8/2015 by Cindy Swirko, Gainesville Sun for http://www.gainesville.com/article/20151009/ARTICLES/151009658/1002/news01?p=1&tc=pg Gainesville attorney Robert Rush, who represented the woman, noted that GPD administrators knew Carter’s behavior had generated complaints and allegations but did little about it. “The internal affairs investigation documents that there were sergeants, lieutenants and captains who knew this guy was a problem and had
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Rush wins $3M for disabled man against his former attorney

Posted 2/18/2015 by Cindy Swirko, Gainesville Sun for http://www.gainesville.com/article/20150218/ARTICLES/150219569/1139?Title=Man-gets-3-million-in-settlement-with-Chris-Chestnut Former Alachua County employee Emanuel Baker, who became a quadriplegic in a work accident, will get more than $3 million from Gainesville attorney Christopher Chestnut as a result of a suit he filed against Chestnut after Chestnut represented him in an earlier suit against a utility
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