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Award wrong, too big, juror soon told Maggio

Judge later slashed nursing home’s hit

Posted: April 24, 2014 at 5:13 a.m.

Shortly after a Faulkner County jury unanimously agreed on a $5.2 million judgment against a Greenbrier nursing home, a juror emailed Circuit Judge Michael Maggio that day to say she made the “wrong decision” and had been unaware of “the enormity of the amount.”

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