Mark Geragos, from celebrity lawyer to alleged ‘un-indicted co-conspirator’ in Avenatti case
Mark Geragos, left, Michael Jackson and his sister Janet Jackson arrive for the King of Pop’s arraignment on child molestation charges at the courthouse in Santa Maria, Calif., in January 2004.
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Singer Chris Brown appears in a Los Angeles courtroom on Sept. 24, 2009, with his attorney Mark Geragos for a probation hearing related to his beating of then-girlfriend Rihanna in February that year.
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Actress Winona Ryder reacts to the prosecutor during her sentencing hearing, where she was sentenced to three years’ probation, 480 hours of community service and $11,300 in fines and restitution, in Beverly Hills Municipal Court in December 2002. Ryder was convicted a month earlier of felony grand theft and vandalism. At right is Ryder’s attorney Mark Geragos.
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Susan McDougal raises her arm in victory with her attorney Mark Geragos, right, and her fiance, Pat Harris, after her embezzlement trial ended with verdicts of not guilty on all counts on Nov. 23, 1998, in Santa Monica.
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Scott Peterson, left, and defense attorney Mark Geragos at a hearing in Modesto on Dec. 12, 2003. A judge ruled on Jan. 8, 2003, that accused murderer Scott Peterson can’t get a fair jury in his deceased wife’s hometown and ordered the case moved out of Stanislaus County.
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Victor Willis, right, the original policeman in the 1970s disco band the Village People, with his attorney Mark Geragos during a sentencing hearing in a Redwood City, Calif., courtroom on Sept. 5, 2006. Willis was sentenced to three years’ probation after he agreed to enter a drug treatment program. He was arrested in South San Francisco in March 2006 after police stopped his car and found cocaine and drug paraphernalia. He pleaded no contest.
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Greg Anderson, center, arrives at the federal courthouse in San Francisco with his attorney Mark Geragos on Aug. 28, 2006. Anderson, who was Barry Bonds’ personal trainer, was held in contempt of court and jailed for refusing to testify before a grand jury that was investigating Bonds for allegedly lying to a previous grand jury about knowingly taking steroids.