Friday, January 2, 2009

Trial transcript reveals court costs, son's book

Modesto Bee, Washington Bureau - Michael Doyle

WASHINGTON -- Former Modesto-area Rep. Gary Condit can be hard to pin down, a newly released trial transcript shows.

Condit's periodic elusiveness is one of many tidbits in the transcript from a civil trial that could cost the Condit family more than $100,000. The Condits owe the money to Baskin-Robbins for damages and attorneys' fees for a franchise deal gone sour.

"If you think Baskin-Robbins have expensive prices for their ice cream, you wait until you start paying somebody else's attorney fees, Mr. Condit," U.S. District Judge Earl H. Carroll advised Condit's son Chad during the trial. "And you're going to find out what it is."

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Trial transcript reveals court costs, son's book


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