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"Fighting For Justice" with Reid, Robert, and Mark - Guest Beth Karas

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Kuzyk Law's "Fighting for Justice" Radio with Attorney's Reid Breitman, Mark Leonardo, and Robert Ryan
Call Kuzyk Law at (661) 945-6969

STORIES COVERED INCLUDE:

Christina Grimmie's Family Files Lawsuit Against AEG Live, Orlando Venue Over Singer's Death

Christina Grimmie's family has filed a lawsuit against AEG Live over the 22-year-old singer's death on June 10 when she was fatally shot during a meet and greet following a concert in Orlando.  The Grimmie family's suit was filed Tuesday (Dec. 20) in Florida and also names The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Plaza Foundation, which owns the Plaza Live venue where Grimmie shot, as well as the security company working the event.

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$50 million wrongful death lawsuit filed in Terrence Sterling police shooting

FOX 5 has learned a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the fatal police-involved shooting of Terrence Sterling. Sterling was shot and killed by D.C. police on Sept. 11 while riding his motorcycle during the early morning hours in Northwest D.C. The $50 million lawsuit was filed in D.C. Superior Court Thursday on behalf of Sterling's family against Brian Trainer, the officer who allegedly shot Sterling, an unidentified officer working with Trainer that morning, the Metropolitan Police Department and the District of Columbia.  

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FEATURED GUEST:

Beth Karas is an attorney and TV commentator who worked as a Correspondent for CNN and CourtTV, providing commentary on a number of high-profile cases, including the rape trial of Kobe Bryant, the Martha Stewart trial, and the murder trials of Robert Blake, Scott Peterson, and Jodi Arias. Her website KarasOnCrime.com  provides coverage and legal analysis of high-profile trials.  

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