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In this Friday, May 13, 2016 file photo, a man uses his mobile phone near an Apple store logo in Beijing, China. A Beijing court said in an online statement Thursday, June 30, 2016, that Apple is being sued by a subsidiary of China's broadcasting regulator over a propaganda film more than 20 years old, in the latest legal wrangling for the tech giant in China in recent weeks. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
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AP, other media ask judge to order release of iPhone records

In this Aug. 17, 2010 photo, Stephen DeProspero appears in Oneida County Court in Utica, N.Y., as he is arraigned on charges of predatory sexual assault against a young child. New York state is paying $3 million to the family of a developmentally disabled boy who DeProspero repeatedly molested when he was a staffer at a state-run group home where the boy was a resident. (Rocco LaDuca/Observer-Dispatch via AP)
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New York pays $3M to family of molested boy

In this November 2005 file photo, Larry Greene, public information director of the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, demonstrates how a curtain is pulled between the death chamber and witness room at the prison in Lucasville, Ohio. Legal arguments over the constitutionality of Ohio's lethal injection process, and specifically the effectiveness of the sedative midazolam, are set to be heard by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, in Cincinnati, months before the state hopes to start carrying out executions again. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)
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Court considers constitutionality of Ohio execution process

The Supreme Court Building is shown in this, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 file photo in Washington. A small church in a Phoenix suburb says its local government puts far stricter limits on its roadside signs advertising Sunday services than it places on politicians, real estate agents and other groups, and is asking the Supreme Court for relief. The justices are hearing arguments Monday in a case from Gilbert, Arizona, that raises First Amendment questions about how governments may regulate their citizens' speech. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Supreme Court hears case of Mexican teen slain across border

This photo provided by the Dallas County Jail shows Christopher Duntsch. A Texas jury has found the neurosurgeon guilty Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, of maiming patients who had turned to him for surgery to resolve debilitating injuries. (Dallas County Jail via AP)
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Texas neurosurgeon sentenced to life for maiming patients

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Former student in prep school sex assault wants new trial

In this Feb. 4, 2009, file photo, approximately 200 convicted illegal immigrants are handcuffed together and moved into a separate area of Tent City, by order of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, for incarceration until their sentences are served and they are deported to their home countries, in Phoenix. Paul Penzone who defeated Arpaio in the November election announced Friday, Feb. 17, 2017 that he is ending a policy that keeps immigrants locked up in his jails past their release date to give federal authorities extra time to launch deportation proceedings. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)
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Arpaio successor pulls back on immigration holds in jails

This Nov. 21, 2016, file photo provided by the Michigan Attorney General's office shows Larry Nassar. Michigan State University fired Nassar, who regularly saw female athletes, especially gymnasts at his clinic at Michigan State last September after allegations of sexual assault by Nassar surfaced. The school also is dealing with a separate sexual assault complaint against three football players who have been kicked out of campus housing. (Michigan Attorney General's office via AP, File)
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High profile gymnasts come forward, claim abuse by doctor

Real estate heir Robert Durst sits in a courtroom during a hearing Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, Pool)
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Witness: ‘It was her or me,’ Durst said about slain friend

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Man convicted of running over woman, dragging body 3 miles

In this May 13, 2015 file photo, Abby Lee Miller arrives at the 3rd Annual Reality TV Awards
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‘Dance Moms’ star gets OK to travel before sentencing

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Semi driver gets 10-year sentence for crash that killed 5

This Nov. 21, 2016, file photo provided by the Michigan Attorney General's office shows Larry Nassar. Michigan State University fired Nassar, who regularly saw female athletes, especially gymnasts at his clinic at Michigan State last September after allegations of sexual assault by Nassar surfaced. The school also is dealing with a separate sexual assault complaint against three football players who have been kicked out of campus housing. (Michigan Attorney General's office via AP, File)
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Michigan sports doctor facing key hearing in assault case

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Tiffany-Cancer Lawsuit story

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Ohio inmate accused of mailing threats against Trump, judges

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Suspect in slaying of teenage Ohio girl pleads not guilty

In this 1970 family photo provided by Lori Cooper, Columbus, Ohio, police officer Niki Cooper poses in his "Company D" jacket signifying his membership in a unit of officers that worked an 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. swing shift during the police department's busiest hours. An 82-year-old man who was indicted, but never prosecuted, in the nonfatal shooting of Cooper almost 45 years ago cannot be tried now, a judge ruled Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Cooper, who died just over three years ago at 71, rarely spoke of the event and his family said he was never the same afterward. (Photo courtesy of Lori Cooper via AP)
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Judge: Man can’t be tried in forgotten ’72 cop-shooting case

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Man pleads not guilty in road-rage killing of 3-year-old boy

Officer Geronimo Yanez's defense attorney Paul Engh makes his way out of the courthouse after a hearing about whether or not charges against Officer Jeronimo Yanez in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile should be dismissed, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 in St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota judge Ramsey County District Court Judge William Leary III on Wednesday declined to dismiss charges against Yanez, who shot and killed a black man during a July traffic stop, saying it's fair and reasonable for the case to go to trial. (Elizabeth Flores/Star Tribune via AP)
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Judge declines to dismiss case against cop in man’s death

In this Feb. 6, 2014 file photo, an Amtrak logo is seen on a train at 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. A federal appeals court has once again ruled that Congress can’t give Amtrak power to impose rail standards on other private railroads. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled Friday, April 29, 2016, it is unconstitutional to give a “self-interested” company regulatory power over competitors , even if Amtrak is a public-private hybrid. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
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Minnesota man shot by Amtrak police officer in Chicago dies

In this Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, photo, Jarrett Adams stands outside the Dane County Courthouse in Madison, Wis. Adam, who spent seven years in prison for a Wisconsin rape before he was cleared, is now an attorney with the Innocence Project in New York and is trying to clear another man of the same crime. Adams made his first appearance in a Dane County courtroom as an attorney during a hearing in that sexual assault case Tuesday, Feb. 14. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
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Freed by Innocence Project, ex-inmate takes up cause

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Judge to rule on reopening ’72 shooting of Ohio officer

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