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Topic - Michael Gardner
A man and woman have been arrested in Peoria as part of a police investigation into the sales of crystal meth.
If University of Maryland professor Michael Dougherty parks in a different spot than usual, he has to memorize where it is or he won't be able to find his car.
Gardner told the Arlington County court Friday before he was sentenced that he was "falsely accused and wrongly convicted."
Gardner said the ruling would not stop copyright owners from seeking more limited injunctions against social networking sites or Internet service providers, but he said the injunctions would have to be more "proportionate" in scope and effect.