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People engaged in criminal conduct or conduct intended to cause damage to another often try to buy insurance coverage in case they’re caught in the act. The attempt fails because they run afoul of the definition of insurance: it only protects against events that are contingent or unknown at the time the policy is acquired. A Mississippi farmer named Mitchell Scruggs learned this lesson the hard way, after several years in court in multiple cases.


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