For the several medical defendants it must have been a weekend of acutediscomfort.

A jury Friday had already hit them with a $1.3 million verdict for falselyimprisoning a Jacksonville, Fla., physician in an alcoholism recoveryprogram he maintained he didn’t need. On Monday, the same disapprovingDeKalb Superior Court jury would get to lay into them for punitive damages.

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