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Lawyer Pays Fees for Asking Client to Delete Evidence

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The lawyer who admitted to having his client delete evidence in a Charlottesville wrongful death lawsuit has paid more than a half-million dollars in penalties.

Matt Murray had been ordered to pay a portion of the other side's legal fees in the Allied Concrete case. The American Bar Association Journal says Murray has now paid $544,000 of that bill.

Murray admitted to asking his client, Isaiah Lester, to remove photos from his Facebook page.

Lester's wife died when an Allied Concrete truck rolled over onto her car in 2007.

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