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Harrick lawsuit done

ATHENS – Georgia is one step closer to putting the Jim Harrick era completely in its past after a recent decision by an Atlanta judge.

In a March 30 ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Story dismissed the few remaining portions of Jim Harrick Jr.'s lawsuit against the school. "The judge ruled the burden was on them to come forward with (more evidence), and they never did and the judge dismissed the case," said Athens attorney Ed Tolley, who represented all the defendants in the case, including himself, the Board of... Recommended Stories

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