FILE - In a June 13, 2005 file photo, attorney James F. Neal, right, talks with his client, businessman Logan Young, center, as they enter into the Clifford Davis Federal building in Memphis, Tenn. ... more 
FILE - In a June 13, 2005 file photo, attorney James F. Neal, right, talks with his client, businessman Logan Young, center, as they enter into the Clifford Davis Federal building in Memphis, Tenn. Neal, who successfully prosecuted Jimmy Hoffa and Watergate figures and later defended high-profile clients, including Exxon Corp. after the Exxon Valdez oil spill, died Thursday, Oct. 21 in Nashville. He was 81. less 
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