Judge Jonathan Grine issued an opinion saying Louis Freeh, in his appeal to the state Superior Court, raised new issues that were not included in his original arguments to have the Spanier lawsuit paused.
Judge Jonathan Grine issued an opinion saying Louis Freeh, in his appeal to the state Superior Court, raised new issues that were not included in his original arguments to have the Spanier lawsuit paused. CDT file photo
Judge Jonathan Grine issued an opinion saying Louis Freeh, in his appeal to the state Superior Court, raised new issues that were not included in his original arguments to have the Spanier lawsuit paused. CDT file photo

Louis Freeh’s Superior Court appeal raises new issues in defamation lawsuit

April 08, 2014 1:36 PM

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