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Lawyer: NJ Ticket Scam Defendants Didnít Break Law

The upcoming trial of four California men accused of illegally buying more than a million sports and concert tickets online could set new rules for prosecuting computer fraud if it's allowed to proceed, an attorney for one of the men argued in federal co

Taylor Swift Wins Case Trademark Case

Taylor Swift has won a court fight against 16 individuals she claimed violated trademark by selling counterfeit merchandise bearing her name and picture.

Former Jackson Manager Seeks Financial Records

Michael Jackson's final business manager asked a judge Tuesday to unseal detailed financial records from the singer's estate, arguing that the sealing of the documents could prevent him and other creditors from being paid.

Britney Still Lacks Custody...Of Herself

Britney Spears has met with a judge overseeing her conservatorship, but no changes are being made.

Earth To 'Mars' - Bruno Due In Court

Bruno Mars, singer of the hit R&B song "Just the Way You Are," faces a felony cocaine charge stemming from his arrest after a performance at a Las Vegas nightclub last month.

Mario 'Mama Drama'

R&B singer and former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Mario has been charged with assaulting his mother at their Baltimore home.

Lil Wayne Goes Solitary

Lil Wayne is facing the music after being accused of breaking jail rules by having gear for listening to tunes: He can expect to go solo for the rest of his time behind bars in a gun case.

Jazz Pianist's Scathing Review

A professional jazz pianist and former music teacher has been sentenced to seven years and six months in federal prison for possessing child pornography and receiving it over the Internet.

MJ Impersonator Busted For Molestation

A Michael Jackson impersonator and former Detroit-area entertainment promoter will serve between 13 and 20 years in prison in connection with the molestation of an 11-year-old boy.

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