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April 06, 2011

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THE KAT

Stall stall stall. Good lawyering? Well as the judge stated, "The Court’s effort to promptly rule on the motion has been hampered by the nearcomplete failure of counsel to articulate Defendant’s request, address the context in which it arises, or cite the applicable law."

Joe

So will he likely get his sentence changed to probation?

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