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Topic - Bill James
Prosecutors on Monday dropped a felony manslaughter charge against a former Little Rock police officer in the death of a 15-year-old boy who was suspected of breaking into cars at an apartment complex.
A former Little Rock police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy is asking a judge to throw out the case to avoid having a third trial of the case.
A judge has reduced a contempt fine for a lawyer representing a former Little Rock police officer charged with manslaughter for the shooting death of a teenager.
If Pat Conroy's "The Great Santini" is the best book about fathers and sons and hoops, Bill Simmons' "The Book of Basketball" is runner-up.
He appealed his firing and his attorney, Bill James, said Monday he's waiting for the Civil Service Commission to set a hearing.
Prosecutors could refile the charge against Hastings but James said he doesn't believe that is likely.