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September 22, 1994 | BILL BOYARSKY
There was enough news in the Criminal Courts Building Wednesday to overwhelm even the most sensation-seeking reporters. On the 9th floor, the prosecution and defense fought over evidence in the O.J. Simpson trial. Nine floors above, Dist. Atty. Gil Garcetti was making an announcement to the world press that Michael Jackson wouldn't be prosecuted for child molestation. Meanwhile, in a courtroom on the 13th floor, a handcuffed, pale Heidi Fleiss heard that the beginning of her trial was delayed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994 | BILL BOYARSKY
There was enough news in the Criminal Courts Building Wednesday to overwhelm even the most sensation-seeking reporters. On the 9th floor, the prosecution and defense fought over evidence in the O.J. Simpson trial. Nine floors above, Dist. Atty. Gil Garcetti was making an announcement to the world press that Michael Jackson wouldn't be prosecuted for child molestation. Meanwhile, in a courtroom on the 13th floor, a handcuffed, pale Heidi Fleiss heard that the beginning of her trial was delayed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994
A judge Wednesday granted a request that will probably delay next week's scheduled start of reputed Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss' trial on state drug and pandering charges. Superior Court Judge Judith Champagne approved a defense request allowing the trial to begin within 15 days from Monday. Fleiss' attorneys sought the extension, citing personal scheduling conflicts. The trial had been scheduled to begin Monday in the same courthouse and on the same floor as the high-profile O.J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994
A judge Wednesday granted a request that will probably delay next week's scheduled start of reputed Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss' trial on state drug and pandering charges. Superior Court Judge Judith Champagne approved a defense request allowing the trial to begin within 15 days from Monday. Fleiss' attorneys sought the extension, citing personal scheduling conflicts. The trial had been scheduled to begin Monday in the same courthouse and on the same floor as the high-profile O.J.
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