After a five-week criminal trial that examined one of Washington, D.C.’s most vexing unsolved homicides, the three housemates charged with covering up the murder of Washington attorney Robert Wone walked out of court as free men. But their legal wrangling is far from over.

Victor Zaborsky, Dylan Ward and former Arent Fox litigation partner Joseph Price were acquitted June 29 in the District of Columbia Superior Court on charges of obstruction of justice and conspiracy and, in Price’s case, tampering with evidence. All three men still face a $20 million wrongful death suit that was filed on the heels of the criminal case in late 2008.

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