Lawyers in the Michael Kelly sexual assault civil suit argued Tuesday whether the case of former Lodi priest and convicted pedophile Oliver O'Grady should be included as evidence.
During Tuesday's hearing on what evidence will be admissible in Kelly's civil trial, Stockton Diocese attorney Jim Goodman argued that O'Grady shouldn't be included in the Kelly trial. Goodman accused the plaintiff's attorney, John Manly, of trying to bring O'Grady's history into the case to strengthen Manly's case against Kelly.
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