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Who is Kimba Wood? Meet the Federal Judge Overseeing the Michael Cohen Case

1 day ago   |   By Time

The mounting legal case against President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen has brought another name into the news: Kimba Wood.
As the federal judge in charge of a highly watched case, Wood already made a splash when she ordered Cohen's attorney on Monday to reveal that he had Fox News host Sean Hannity as a client .
But she's no stranger to high-profile situations.
Here's what you need to know about Judge Kimba Wood.
Who is Judge Kimba Wood?
Wood, 74, is a U.S. District Court judge with sterling credentials who has served since 1988.
Some of her most high-profile cases...
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