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Wednesday, June 17, 1998 Published at 06:48 GMT 07:48 UK


Louise Woodward case at a glance



The verdict is in: Louise Woodward will stay free and her conviction for manslaughter still stands. BBC News online wraps up the coverage of the Louise Woodward trial with news, analysis and a guide to the key players.


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