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30 MINS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Defense case may begin case in FAMU hazing trial

(AP) — Defense attorneys are expected to begin presenting their case in the manslaughter and hazing trial of a former Florida A&M University band member charged in the death of a drum major. State attorney Jeff Ashton told Judge Renee Roche late Wednesday that the medical examiner who examined Robert Champion should be his eighth and final witness.

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55 MINS AGO - Fox News

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Defense expected to rest case in FAMU hazing trial

Defense attorneys are expected to begin presenting their case in the manslaughter and hazing trial of a former Florida A&M University band member charged in the death of a drum major.

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2 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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5 Things to Know in Florida for Oct. 30

Defense attorneys are expected to begin presenting their case in the manslaughter and hazing trial of a former Florida A&M University band member charged in the death of a drum major. State attorney Jeff Ashton told Judge Renee Roche late Tuesday that the medical examiner who examined Robert Champion should be his eighth and final witness. Federal prosecutors have reached ...

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2 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Jurors to resume deliberations in perjury trial

(AP) — Jurors will return Thursday for a second day of deliberations in the perjury trial of an Enterprise lawmaker. Prosecutors have accused Republican Rep. Barry Moore of lying to a grand jury about comments he made to his 2014 primary opponent.

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3 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Court tells state to respond to Beach petition

(AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has ordered the state to respond to convicted murderer Barry Beach's petition to revise his sentence. The court is seeking a response to Beach's assertion his 100-year sentence is illegal because the trial court failed to consider that he was a minor at the time of Kim Nees' 1979 killing.

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