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Travelers Indemnity Co. v. Mitchell

(United States Fifth Circuit) – Held that a county government’s insurers had a duty to defend a civil rights lawsuit relating to the murder convictions of three innocent men who were later exonerated. The county contended that the insurance policies were triggered even though the wrongful acts occurred before the policy period. Affirmed that there was a duty to defend.

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