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Clippers Trial Resumes; Donald Sterling's Lawyers To Present Case
Published July 21, 2014
With three days of hearings ahead, Donald's lawyers "suggested they would call the battling couple back to the witness stand." Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas said, "This is a case that has many unusual twists and turns." He noted Donald's lawyers were producing "witnesses we've never heard of" (AP, 7/21).