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FILE - In this July 19, 2006 file photo, U.S. District Judge L.T. Senter Jr., confined to a wheelchair, leaves the federal courthouse in Gulfport, Miss. Senter died at age 77 on May 18, 2011 in Tupelo, Miss. (AP Photo/Nicole LaCour Young, File)

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Friends and colleagues of retired U.S. District Judge L.T. Senter — who presided over numerous insurance cases that arose from Hurricane Katrina — are remembering him as a jurist who ruled fairly and with integrity.

Just weeks after he stepped down from the bench, Senter died at age 77 Wednesday in the emergency room of North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, said Lee County Coroner Carolyn Green.

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