Thursday, May 29, 2003

Judge Jones orders jury trial in suit over interception, disclosure and use of telephone communications

In Quillen v. Quillen, where the case involved a husband's alleged illegal interception, disclosure, and use of the wife's telephone communications, Judge Jones of the W.D. Va. denied the parties' cross-motions for summary judgment, concluding that there should be a trial on plaintiffs' damages, and that the trial should be before a jury.

The lawyers in the case are Henry Keuling-Stout and Tim McAfee, two very strong advocates.

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