Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World,
Edited By Laurent Belsie /
February 15, 1983
A federal appeals court overturned the convictions of former Tennessee Gov. Ray Blanton and two aides, remanding the case for a new trial. The three, accused of selling state liquor licenses to cronies, were denied a fair trial, the court said.
© The Christian Science Monitor. All Rights Reserved.