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Antonio Brown Won't Spend Life in Jail As He Was 'Overcharged': Lawyer

Antonio Brown faces life in prison after being charged with felony burglary with battery, but his lawyer claims he was “overcharged” and expects those charges to be amended. So reports NBC Sports.


Honduran ICE Detainee Wins $75K in Sexual Assault Settlement

Berks County, Pennsylvania will pay a woman, who was sexually abused during her detention at an ICE facility, $75,000. So reports Philly Voice.


Apple Suit Against Ex-Exec Could Change Calif. Startup Landscape

A lawsuit between a former Apple Inc. executive and the company will have far reaching ramifications for California’s startup and tech industries. So reports Reuters.


Tulsi Gabbard Wants $50M from Hillary Clinton for Defamation

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, (D - Hawaii), a presidential candidate, is suing Hillary Clinton for defamation after the 2016 democratic presidential nominee said Gabbard was a "favorite of the Russians." So reports ABC News.


Trump’s Defense Team Takes Shape

Former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi will join Ken Starr, the independent counselor who investigated Bill Clinton, and former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, on President Donald Trump’s defense team. So reports the Tampa Bay Times.


Vermont DMV to Stop Giving Out Immigration Status to Feds After Settlement

The Vermont DMV has pledged not to report undocumented immigrants to the federal government as the result of a recent court settlement. So reports a WCAX3.


NJ’s Oldest Trial Attorney, 97, Restricted After Outburst

New Jersey’s “oldest active trial attorney” Frank Lucianna, 97, will be allowed to continue to participate in a Bergenfield murder case, but only on a limited basis. So reports the ABA Journal.


PornHub Viewer: Lack of Closed Captioning Violates ADA

Yaroslav Suris, who is deaf, is suing adult website PornHub for not providing closed captioning for their videos. So reports MovieWeb.


Man Demands Trial By Combat Against Ex-Wife, Says Still Legal in U.S.

David Ostrom, of Kansas, requested a trial by combat against his ex-wife and her attorney. So reports Fox News.


Texas ChickLawsuit to Move Forward After Judge Tosses Motion to Dismiss

The case against the City of San Antonio, which is being sued for banning a Chick-fil-A from its airport, will move forward. So reports an News4SA.


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