DONE, NOT! Robin Thicke’s Attorneys Forced To File For Another “Blurred Lines” Trial

Just when you thought it was over, the mayhem continues. Another “Blurred Lines” trial could be on the way, at least requested. Robin Thicke and Pharrell, along with their attorneys, have decided to take their anger back to the courtroom. The judge’s previous decision to call their “Blurred Lines” collaboration, infringement of Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give it Up” is not sitting too well with them. The Hollywood Reporter reports that the there were flaws included in every part of their trial, including jury instructions, improper testimony from a musicologist – a testimony that Thicke and Pharrell says was “prejudicial and irrelevant” – as well as lack of evidence to support a finding that the two songs were substantially similar.

(Video) Woman Texts “Drunk Driving Woo…” Before Deadly Crash

A Florida woman send the text, “Driving drunk woo … I’ll be dead thanks to you,” just minutes before the car crash that ended in the death of one woman. The driver of the car blew threw a red light and crashed her smart car.

James Holmes’ Trial Begins Three Years After Theater Shooting In Colo.

James Holmes has had quite the physical appearance since his name hit media outlets three-years-ago. From the wild and crazy orange hair and bulging glassed eyes, to and individual with a clean, cut and shaven beard with specs for vision, this killer has taken on another role. Guilty, but NOT Guilty – by reason of insanity. Holmes, has admitted to the shooting and killing of 12 and injuring of 70 individuals who attended the premiere showing of the Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, in Aurora, Colo. almost three years back. Now, his trial begins Monday morning, April 27, with his attorneys hoping to get him off on the “psychotic episode” that persuaded him to commit the heinous crimes. “Nobody who isn’t nuts would do this,” former prosecutor Bob Grant says. “So that’s a hurdle the prosecution has to overcome.”

(Video) Bobby Shmurda’s Lawyer Says Uphill Battle Ahead in Court Today

The case weighs on, heavily as Bobby Shmurda’s Lawyer Says Uphill Battle Ahead in Court Today. Heading in for the first time since the re-revised bail package was withdrawn in February, the legal defense of Shmurda and the GS9 Kenneth Montgomery says it’s still a fight. He’s also given an update on how Bobby’s doing, what he’s looking to do next in terms of legal strategy and how close Bobby is to getting out.

Hearing Delayed For The Murder Of Nicki Minaj’s Crew Member

Back in February, a member of Nicki Minaj’s crew named De’Von “Day Day” Pickett was stabbed to death outside of a bar in Philadelphia. 31-year-old Pierce Boykin has been arrested and charged with murder but as of now, the court appearance has been postponed to determine whether or not there is sufficient evidence to send the case to trial. The preliminary hearing took place on Wednesday. Boykin is currently being held behind bars with no chance of bail. RIP, De’Von Pickett!

(Video) Cle “Bone” Sloan Takes Stand, Won’t ‘Snitch’ on Suge

“Sticking to code” or is there more we don’t know? In the latest of court proceedings Cle “Bone” Sloan Takes Stand, Won’t ‘Snitch’ on Suge Knight for the murder of Terry Carter. Bone had been in the hospital healing a laundry list of injuries but firmly told prosecutors he “won’t be used.”

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