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U.S. rejects Avenatti claim that 'document dump' justifies Nike trial delay

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
U.S. prosecutors on Monday rejected Michael Avenatti's claim that they overwhelmed him with large amounts of material for the Jan. 21 trial accusing the celebrity lawyer of trying to extort Nike Inc , and that the material should be excluded or the trial delayed by 30 days.
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