Despite Peloton of High-Priced Lawyers, Armstrong Drops Fight Against U.S. Doping Charges

, The Am Law Daily


Lance Armstrong's star-studded legal team may have put the brakes on a criminal inquiry targeting the seven-time Tour de France winner, but charges filed against the cycling star earlier this year by a U.S. antidoping agency finally caught up with him. Meanwhile, the tough-talking Texan's legal woes may not be over.

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    The USPS does not get taxpayer funds. It enjoys a federal monopoly, but is completely self sufficient with respect to financing.

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