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Jurisprudence

December 25, 1991|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Michael Steinhafel, Milwaukee assistant district attorney, said he wants to hear from Philadelphia 76er forward Charles Barkley and other witnesses before deciding whether to charge Barkley regarding an altercation Sunday in which a Milwaukee man suffered a broken nose. Barkley has said he punched the man in self-defense.

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