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March 30, 1989 | SCOT J. PALTROW, Times Staff Writer
He faces racketeering charges. His firm has already agreed to plead guilty to six criminal counts and is under pressure to fire him. Some of his most trusted former co-workers have become prosecution witnesses. It is no secret that Michael Milken is in serious trouble. In the face of all this, the "junk bond" wizard of Beverly Hills is staking his hopes--and his freedom--on two of the best defense lawyers on the East Coast. One is Arthur L.
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July 30, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Vincent J. Fuller, a leading Washington lawyer who successfully defended would-be presidential assassin John W. Hinckley Jr., has died. He was 75. Fuller, who lived in Bethesda, Md., died Wednesday of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a suburban Maryland hospice. The lawyer defended a wide range of notable figures, including boxer Mike Tyson, boxing promoter Don King and financier Michael Milken.
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July 30, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Vincent J. Fuller, a leading Washington lawyer who successfully defended would-be presidential assassin John W. Hinckley Jr., has died. He was 75. Fuller, who lived in Bethesda, Md., died Wednesday of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in a suburban Maryland hospice. The lawyer defended a wide range of notable figures, including boxer Mike Tyson, boxing promoter Don King and financier Michael Milken.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1989 | SCOT J. PALTROW, Times Staff Writer
He faces racketeering charges. His firm has already agreed to plead guilty to six criminal counts and is under pressure to fire him. Some of his most trusted former co-workers have become prosecution witnesses. It is no secret that Michael Milken is in serious trouble. In the face of all this, the "junk bond" wizard of Beverly Hills is staking his hopes--and his freedom--on two of the best defense lawyers on the East Coast. One is Arthur L.
SPORTS
September 24, 1991 | Associated Press
Junior tailback Vincent Fuller and senior cornerback Corey Raymond of Louisiana State apologized in court after pleading guilty to beating up a man during a fight at a party last April. District Judge Freddie Pitcher ordered an evaluation of the players and set sentencing for Nov. 25. The charge carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $500 fine.
SPORTS
October 8, 2007 | From the Associated Press
NASHVILLE -- Vincent Fuller picked off a pass and returned it 76 yards for a touchdown, and Kyle Vanden Bosch sacked Byron Leftwich with 1 minute 1 second left, and the Tennessee Titans overcame five turnovers in pulling out a 20-13 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. The win allowed the Titans (3-1) to continue their best start since 2003, when they last reached the playoffs. But it couldn't have been uglier for a team coming off its bye.
SPORTS
November 20, 1985
Boxing promoter Don King was acquitted of charges that he evaded income taxes on hundreds of thousands of dollars that he allegedly skimmed from his company, Don King Productions. Constance Harper, King's long-time associate, was convicted on three counts of attempted tax evasion by the jury of nine women and three men that heard the seven-week trial. Each count against Harper carries a maximum five-year prison sentence. U.S. District Judge Thomas P. Griesa said he will sentence her Jan. 8.
SPORTS
July 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mike Tyson should be granted a new trial because of shoddy work by his attorney, according to a lawyer who coordinated media coverage of the boxer's rape trial. Mark Shaw, a Nashville lawyer, is writing a book with Charley Steiner of ESPN that says Vincent J. Fuller, Tyson's attorney in the trial, was unfamiliar with the court process and lacked recent experience in sex-crime cases.
NEWS
August 12, 1988 | Associated Press
The mental hospital holding John W. Hinckley Jr. today dropped its proposal to take the man who shot President Reagan on a therapeutic field trip, as prosecutors turned up new writings by the presidential assailant. Dr. Raymond Patterson, director of St. Elizabeths Hospital's forensic services unit, said the decision to drop the request was based on material received by the hospital Thursday night. Reading a letter to U.S. Dist. Judge Barrington D.
SPORTS
August 11, 2006 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Rookie running back LenDale White got into a fight Thursday morning with a teammate at the Tennessee Titans' training camp in Clarksville, Tenn. White, the second-round draft choice out of USC, started clashing with the defense on a running play. He was walking back toward the huddle when bumped. White walked back, and safety Donnie Nickey pushed back at him with his helmet. A recording by a television cameraman picked up linebacker Keith Bulluck yelling that White had spit in Nickey's face.
NEWS
April 11, 1987 | Associated Press
John W. Hinckley Jr. wrote a letter discussing plans to escape from the mental hospital where he has been held since 1982 for shooting President Reagan, a prosecutor said Friday. The letter, "involving discussions Mr. Hinckley had with people regarding escaping from St. Elizabeths Hospital," will be introduced Monday at a hearing on Hinckley's request to make an unescorted Easter visit to his family, Assistant U.S. Atty. John O. Birch told a federal judge at a hearing.
SPORTS
August 11, 1991 | MARK HEISLER
With Mike Tyson being the subject of a grand jury investigating a rape allegation, his peers are rising as one to volunteer to take his place and fight Evander Holyfield for the heavyweight title. Riddick Bowe's manager says Riddick is free that day. George Foreman pulled out of a September fight, claiming a knee injury that observers deem suspicious.
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