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Topic - Northeast D.C. Nightclub
Antoine Jones, a onetime D.C. nightclub owner whose drug conspiracy case resulted in a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court regarding the government's use of GPS tracking, pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
A former D.C. nightclub owner being retried on drug conspiracy charges ripped up a copy of his criminal indictment as part of a dramatic opening statement Monday to a federal jury hearing the case after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling banned some previously allowed evidence.