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Alec Baldwin gets chance to 'be a good boy' in disorderly conduct case
Alec Baldwin gets chance to 'be a good boy' in disorderly conduct case

If Alec Baldwin stays "out of trouble" for six months, a judge will dismiss the case against him for allegedly getting belligerent with cops in May when he was stopped for biking the wrong way down a one-way street. Baldwin said he'd rather pay a fine to settle the violations he's charged with, while Manhattan Criminal Court Judge John DeLury told the actor the court was just asking for an apology, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Despite that disconnect, and in a move that's apparently common for low-level issues, the judge put the case on track for dismissal if Baldwin keeps his nose clean for six months. "Looks like you have a short fuse,"...

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