Lance Armstrong’s Legal Woes

Sports and Society Administrator January 19, 2013 0
Lance Armstrong’s Legal Woes

Christian Red and Michael O’keeff | New York Daily News
January 18, 2013

As a result of Lance Armstrong’s admission to the use of performance enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career he has opened himself up to massive civil and criminal liability. While the statute of limitations has expired on several perjury charges, Armstrong will like face suits from a variety of private groups as well as the Department of Justice. In one potential suit a Texas insurance company will seek to recoup a $7.5 million award to Armstrong for winning the 2004 Tour de France as well as $5 million in legal expenses. To read more on this topic, view the original article:

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