Three former San Diego Superior Court judges convicted of corruption charges can’t parlay judicial liability insurance into coverage for their criminal defense, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
The trio — Michael Greer, James Malkus and G. Dennis Adams — had claimed that National Union Fire Insurance Company should have paid for their defense during a federal grand jury investigation of their alleged criminal activities.
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