Some Supreme Court cases, like old soldiers, never die, but unlike old soldiers, neither do they fade away. Consider Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Company. In 2009, a divided Supreme Court held that Hugh Caperton's due process rights were violated when a judge on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals refused to recuse himself from the appeal of a multi-million dollar jury verdict brought by the owner of Massey Coal.
Years After Supreme Court Decision, 'Caperton' Continues
The National Law Journal
April 24, 2013
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