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Morning Docket: 06.03.21


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* George P. Bush is launching a run to be the Attorney General of Texas. Maybe sometime, Oliver Stone will make a film about him known as “P.”… [CNN]

* Derek Chauvin’s lawyer is requesting that his consumer solely be sentenced to probation and time served for Chauvin’s involvement within the dying of George Floyd. [Insider]

* The District Attorney in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, is allegedly not permitting plea offers with a lawyer who known as out systematic racism within the native prison justice system. [CBS News]

* A lawyer claims that coaches compelled a highschool soccer participant to devour a pepperoni pizza regardless that they knew he didn’t eat pork. [New York Times]

* A Republican Congressman is reportedly ducking service of course of for a lawsuit associated with the January sixth Capitol riot. [CBS News]

* The Missouri Supreme Court has dominated {that a} $three payment to pay for a sheriff’s retirement fund was unconstitutional. Think of what the Party Planning Committee might have performed with that cash… [Fox News]

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