Lawsuit by mother of victim went uncontested
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Former Carolina Panthers receiver Rae Carruth and three men convicted of conspiring to kill Carruth's girlfriend should be ordered to pay about $5.8 million in damages to her estate, a lawyer for the girlfriend's mother told a judge Monday.
The request by attorney Billie Ellerbe came during a hearing in Saundra Adams' wrongful death lawsuit against the men.
All four were found guilty in 2001 of conspiring in the Nov. 16,
1999, shooting of Cherica Adams, ...
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