Lawyer Ejected from King Case

Judge disqualifies Wiliam Hill from representing MLK estate because of his previous service as special master

, Daily Report


A judge has disqualified an attorney and his firm from representing the estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in its battle with King's daughter over the slain civil rights icon's Nobel Peace Prize and Bible, ruling that William Hill Jr.'s role as a special master in a previous wrangle over King's possessions mandated his removal from the ongoing case.

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