Weekly Sports & Entertainment Law PULSEon March 2, 2011 at 3:08 AM
- After receiving a light sentence to begin with, the Chris Brown restraining order has been lessened as well.
- Rapper Lil Wayne continues to have run-ins with the law . Federal DEA agents searched him at a Miami party last weekend.
- MTV star Abram Boise gets arrested and shows his frustration on the walls of his jail cell.
- Copyright issues loom as Warner Bros. tries to stop others from using ‘Wizard of Oz’ characters.
- An injunction related to a Blu-Ray patent dispute has led to thousands of PS3 confiscations in Europe.
- Billy Ray claims that ‘Hannah Montana’ destroyed his family.
- Feds begin to game plan for the perjury trial of former baseball star Barry Bonds.
- The International Olympic Committee rejects the “food” defense and wants to continue strict liability in regards to banned substances.
- A lawsuit that is set for this spring accuses TCU of fraud for turning a blind eye to the criminal actions of two of three athletes.
- An attorney from Birmingham finally steps up to take on the case of the man accussed of poisoning oak trees on Auburn’s campus.
- Columbian soccer player could face jail time for kicking opposing team’s lucky owl. The owl unfortunately did not make it.
- The NFL, and the player’s union maneuver ahead of deadline.
- Indians confirm that outfielder Kearns was arrested for DUI.
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