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That case has now been swept up into a national tide of litigation being consolidated in an Ohio courtroom.
He is scheduled to have a hearing in an Orlando federal courtroom Dec. 18.
Former Michigan football player Nate Johnson appeared in an Ann Arbor courtroom on Wednesday and had a pretrial hearing for a misdemeanor domestic violence charge adjourned to a later date.
Other highlights include the Lyceum Museum, housed in an 1820s courtroom, and the Southern African-American Heritage Center, a labor of love for local historian Felicia McCall, which opened its doors in 2010.
And yet even this line of argument would be unlikely to fly in an actual courtroom.
Only their families and lawyer were allowed into the courtroom along with police and government lawyers.
Reality, blonde hair in a bun, in an orange jumpsuit with the words inmate stitched in yellow on the chest, was led into the courtroom in handcuffs by two armed U.S. Marshals.
Small, the attorney, said outside the courtroom Friday.
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