Louis Freeh addresses the media during a press conference in July 2012, where he released the findings of his investigation into the Penn State scandal. A judge has ruled against his law firm, Pepper Hamilton, in filing that sought privilege in the Paterno lawsuit.
Louis Freeh addresses the media during a press conference in July 2012, where he released the findings of his investigation into the Penn State scandal. A judge has ruled against his law firm, Pepper Hamilton, in filing that sought privilege in the Paterno lawsuit. CDT file photo
Louis Freeh addresses the media during a press conference in July 2012, where he released the findings of his investigation into the Penn State scandal. A judge has ruled against his law firm, Pepper Hamilton, in filing that sought privilege in the Paterno lawsuit. CDT file photo

Judge strikes down Pepper Hamilton privilege argument in Paterno suit

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