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Fan pleads guilty and fined Tom Brady with a $ 500 fine for laser light during the AFC Championship match

A Kansas City Chiefs fan was fined $ 500 this week for having paid a Laserbuide at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during last season's AFC Championship game. Dwyan Morgan, 64, was accused of disrupting the game after repeatedly showing Brady a green laser pointer around his eyes during the fourth quarter of the conference title game at Arrowhead …

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Duncan Hunter's wife agrees to cooperate with prosecutors and pleads guilty to abusing campaign funds

Both hunters previously did not plead guilty that they had stolen a quarter of a million dollars in campaign funds to ensure their lavish lifestyle. Margaret Hunter previously appeared alone with her lawyers in a federal district court in San Diego judge Thomas Whelan, where she changed her plea in the high-profile case. The congressman did not appear with his …

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A 900-pound Virginia man has a hearing in the loading dock and pleads guilty to the ambulance

A 900-pound Virginia man pleaded guilty to a cocaine conspiracy case in an ambulance during a hearing at a federal court loading ramp on Tuesday. Kenneth Hicks, 48, of Emporia, pleaded guilty to a stretcher During the hearing, Judge David Novak noted how the court had gone through "some extraordinary procedures" dealing with Hicks' health problems and his Would protect …

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Ex-USC football coach pleads guilty to college admissions scheme

Emails with breaking news Receive notifications of breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that are important were delivered on weekdays. SUBSCRIBE 14. May1919, 19:14 UTC By Associated Press BOSTON – A former football coach at the University of Southern California pleaded guilty on Tuesday for claiming that inappropriate sports profiles for children were more prosperous as part …

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USC coach who made fake crew profile for Lori Loughlin's daughter pleads guilty

Laura Janke, the 36-year-old former assistant women's football coach at USC, pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit and recommends to cooperate with the government's investigation and testify at trial. Prosecutors recommend that she be sentenced to 27-33 months in prison, the low end of the sentencing guidelines. Janke was among a dozen coaches and test administrators indicted on a racketeering …

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Man pleads guilty in mall assault against boys, faces 19 years

This undated photo of the Bloomington, Minnesota police shows Emmanuel Aranda, who was arrested in connection with an incident in the Mall of America in which a 5-year-old boy was killed three floors Friday, April 12, 2019, after being pushed or thrown from a balcony. Aranda is expected to attend a court hearing Tuesday, May 14. (Bloomington Police Department via …

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Man accused of having married 4 women, pleads guilty

This undated booking photo of the York County Sheriff's Department shows Michael Middleton, who is accused of having married women in several states including New Hampshire. Middleton, accused of being married to several women, confessed to bigamy in New Hampshire on Monday, April 29, 2019, but divorced, but will avoid imprisonment if he behaves for the next five years. (York …

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Former State Department employee, 63, pleads guilty in the case of a China spy

A former State Department employee admitted Wednesday that investigators were misled for accepting thousands of dollars in gifts and proceeds from Chinese intelligence agencies for information sharing. Candace Marie Claiborne, 63, pleaded guilty to a conspiracy in a federal court in Washington to cheat the United States. The indictment is punishable by a maximum of five years in prison. PUB …

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Marcus Hutchins, security researcher who stopped WannaCry, pleads guilty to malware charges

British cybersecurity researcher Marcus Hutchins burned a hero for canceling the worldwide cyber attack of WannaCry Interview in Ilfracombe, England. Photo: Frank Augstein (AP) Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher best known for stopping the widespread attack on WannaCry ransomware, has come to court on charges of malware unrelated to the attack Married in 2017 "As you may know, I confessed …

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Marcus Hutchins, slayer of WannaCry worm, pleads guilty to malware charges

Enlarge / Then-23-year-old security researcher Marcus Hutchins at his bedroom in Ilfracombe, UK, in July of 2017, just before his arrest on malware charges. Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher who helped neutralize the virulent WannaCry ransomware worm, has pleaded guilty to federal charges of creating and distributing malware used to break into online bank accounts. "I regret these actions and …

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