Fort Worth 342nd District Judge Bob McGrath surely had a full head of steam when he slapped a railway company with a $10 million fine in mid-March.

McGrath stopped a tort case filed against Fort Worth-based Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. after questioning whether the company had tampered with evidence. The family of engineer Randy Mann sued the company, alleging that his train collided with another because a distance light malfunctioned.

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