Friday, September 19, 2014
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Stay tuned here for Alycia hearing outcome

We're off to New York to cover the criminal hearing of Alycia Lane. We'll report the outcome as soon as there is one. We expect, as we reported Feb. 8, and as the Inqwaster masqueraded as breaking news yesterday (Yes, 16 days later), that Lane's attorney David Smith and the Manhattan District Attorney's office will announce a deal in which Lane will receive up to six months probation, after which, if she stays out of trouble, her felony assault case will be dismissed.

Stay tuned here for Alycia hearing outcome



We're off to New York to cover the criminal hearing of Alycia Lane. We'll report the outcome as soon as there is one.

We expect, as we reported Feb. 8, and as the Inqwaster masqueraded as breaking news yesterday (Yes, 16 days later), that Lane's attorney David Smith and the Manhattan District Attorney's office will announce a deal in which Lane will receive up to six months probation, after which, if she stays out of trouble, her felony assault case will be dismissed.
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