Monday, April 20, 2009

Restraining Order Case Dismissed Against Recruit

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Restraining order charge dropped against Chaisson: Former Bishop Gorman football star Justin Chaisson did not appear in front of Judge Eric Goodman Thursday morning in Clark County District Court for a protective order hearing. But the presence of Chaisson's lawyer, Michael Cristalli, was all the University of Oklahoma football recruit needed to avoid a misdemeanor charge of violating a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend. When no representative for the plaintiff showed in the courtroom, Judge Goodman dismissed the case. "It's dissolved, that's it," Cristalli said while exiting the courtroom. (Las Vegas Sun)

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