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Ex-Rep. Jerguson faces contempt order, $640K default judgment

Ex-Rep. Jerguson faces contempt order, $640K default judgment
May 14, 2013 --

May 14, 2013 — A federal judge has held former Rep. Sean Jerguson in contempt of court and entered a $640,000 default judgment against him and his partners in a Cedartown mobile home park. U.S. District Judge Marvin Shoob ruled Thursday that Jerguson and Sapphire Pointe LLC were in “flagrant disregard” of the court’s February order compelling them to produce information and documents sought by an Arkansas bank seeking to collect on a loan.

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