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Hillview looking to get some portions of verdict reversed

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By Thomas Barr

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - A city facing an $11.4 million judgment is looking for some relief from a Bullitt Circuit judge.

Mark Edison, attorney for the city of Hillview, filed a motion in Bullitt Circuit Court asking judge Rodney Burress to reconsider portions of the jury judgment in favor of Truck America Training.

But attorneys Andrew Beshear and Scott Wantland, representing the trucking company located off Ferguson Lane, argued that the jury was justified in its unanimous decision on damages against the city.


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