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State’s top court orders Maggio relieved of cases

Judge’s lawyers say justices short-circuited due process

Posted: March 25, 2014 at 4:36 a.m.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette - 03/06/2014 -Judge Mike Maggio

Special to the Democrat-Gazette - 03/06/2014 -Judge Mike Maggio

CONWAY — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Monday relieved Circuit Judge Michael Maggio of all cases until further notice because, it said, “the orderly administration of justice has been severely compromised” in his courtroom.

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