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Former Oklahoma judge avoids trial

Prosecutors dismissed a conspiracy charge against William H. “Bill” Layden Jr., 62, a former Pittsburg County judge, after he agreed never again to hold public office.

BY NOLAN CLAY Published: January 25, 2013
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Prosecutors have dropped a conspiracy charge against a former Pittsburg County special judge after he agreed never to hold public office again and to pay $4,717 in restitution to the state auditor.

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