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May 04, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Alan Rachins, who plays Douglas Brackman Jr., the abrasive managing partner in NBC's "L.A. Law," went into L.A. Municipal Court last week and got three parking tickets dismissed. "There's a space near my house that's an abandoned driveway and faces a fence," Rachins said. "We've been parking there for about five years without a ticket. Suddenly, I get three tickets starting about a month ago. (So) I figured I ought to test the system and see if it works. I took pictures of the parking space and went into court." Rachins showed the pictures and argued that it was a legal parking space. The verdict: innocent.

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