Former state Supreme Court justices Oliver Diaz, left, and Chuck McRae, right, flank David Debold, who worked on an appeal of former attorney Biloxi Paul Minor’s judicial bribery conviction. Diaz and McRae, shown here in 2011, were two of Minor’s staunchest supporters, before and after his 2007 conviction.
Former state Supreme Court justices Oliver Diaz, left, and Chuck McRae, right, flank David Debold, who worked on an appeal of former attorney Biloxi Paul Minor’s judicial bribery conviction. Diaz and McRae, shown here in 2011, were two of Minor’s staunchest supporters, before and after his 2007 conviction. Rogelio V. Solis AP File
Former state Supreme Court justices Oliver Diaz, left, and Chuck McRae, right, flank David Debold, who worked on an appeal of former attorney Biloxi Paul Minor’s judicial bribery conviction. Diaz and McRae, shown here in 2011, were two of Minor’s staunchest supporters, before and after his 2007 conviction. Rogelio V. Solis AP File

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