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Justin Bieber may have avoided felony charge with deal, expert says
Justin Bieber may have avoided felony charge with deal, expert says

Justin Bieber's attorneys may have worked out a deal with prosecutors to get a misdemeanor vandalism charge and avoid a felony for the January egg-throwing incident at his neighbor's home, an expert said. Damage caused to his neighbor's home from the Jan. 9 egg-throwing incident reportedly totaled $20,000, which could have resulted in a felony vandalism charge, authorities said. But on Wednesday, the Los Angeles County prosecutors announced plans to charge Bieber, 20, with one misdemeanor count of vandalism. The charge may suggest a deal was already worked out between his attorneys and prosecutors, possibly through some form of pre-filing intervention, said Dmitry...

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