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Trump antagonist Avenatti's extortion trial in New York may be delayed after arrest

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Michael Avenatti's criminal trial for trying to extort Nike Inc may be delayed following the celebrity lawyer's unexpected arrest late on Tuesday in California for allegedly violating his bail conditions in a separate criminal case.
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News video: Just Do It? US Judge Rules On Avenatti's Motion To Delay Nike Extortion Trial

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A US judge on Tuesday rejected Michael Avenatti’s request to delay his upcoming criminal trial in Manhattan. Scheduled for January 21st, 2020, the trial concerns whether the celebrity lawyer tried to extort Nike Inc. District Judge Paul Gardeph decided with federal prosecutors and Avenatti’s...

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