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Mississippi attorney Richard Scruggs, already facing criminal charges in Alabama over his handling of Hurricane Katrina insurance claims evidence, was indicted on federal bribery charges last week in his home state.

Mr. Scruggs–who has been leading the charge against insurers over disputed Hurricane Katrina-related wind-vs.-water damage claims–was indicted by a federal grand jury in Oxford, Miss., with four other attorneys, for conspiring to bribe a state court judge with $50,000.

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