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Coroner's officials on Tuesday ruled Don Cornelius' death a suicide, nearly a week after the "Soul Train" creator and host was found with a gunshot wound to the head.
A civil jury will likely not hear directly from Mel Gibson about the night of his drunken driving arrest because his testimony doesn't appear relevant to a deputy's claim that he was discriminated against because of the traffic stop, a judge said Tuesday.
Attorneys for a deputy who arrested Mel Gibson on suspicion of drunken driving want to call the Oscar-winner as a witness during an upcoming trial to determine if the officer suffered discrimination because of the case.
"The Artist," the black-and-white ode to the silent-film era directed by Michel Hazanavicius, led winners with four honors at Thursday's 17th annual Critics' Choice Awards, presented by the 250 members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
A judge says a jury should decide if a sheriff's deputy who arrested Mel Gibson for drunken driving faced discrimination after the incident because of his religion.
A jury should decide whether the sheriff's deputy who arrested Mel Gibson for drunken driving suffered workplace discrimination, a judge ruled Thursday despite expressing serious concerns about whether the man can win his case.