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So, Justin Bieber Got His Answer From The Judge About His Trial Extension — And The Verdict Really Shouldn't Surprise You (But It Still Might)

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In the criminal justice system, the people of Miami are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate Bizzle's alleged drag racing; and the district attorneys, who prosecute the Biebsy. These are their stories. Dun dun!

We reported earlier how Justin Bieber wanted special treatment and asked for a trial extension for his DUI case!

Objection! Surely, no judge would acquiesce to such a plea, right? Right?!

Wrong! Judge William Altfield granted Bizzle's lawyers request to postpone the DUI trial yesterday, and now Justin's officially going to court on July 7, months after his original early May date.

Attorney Roy Black said that more time was needed to gather and review evidence!

We'll see if any new evidence comes to light. In the meantime, we hope Biebsy stays out of trouble, doesn't hit any limo drivers, and certainly doesn't commit another cultural faux pas like he did in Japan.

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3 comments to “So, Justin Bieber Got His Answer From The Judge About His Trial Extension — And The Verdict Really Shouldn't Surprise You (But It Still Might)”

  1. stacey says – reply to this


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    Im not defending the biebs, I can't stand the kid, but your journalism integrity is terrible. You're saying he's getting special treatment for moving the date, when in reality, it is EXTREMELY common to have court appearances "continued". Almost everyone who goes through the system gets a date in the future to appear after their initial arraignment. Do research Perez, Im really starting to lose respect for you. Your writing is hyperbolic and full of incorrect facts.



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    Re: stacey – I agree. This is not special treatment - it is standard practice.

  3. liz says – reply to this


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    agreed with the two above comments. your site is completely ridiculous nowadays. first, you report that he wants to push back court so he can go on vacation. absurd - since his lawyers filed the motion, and it was in no way related to his trip. second, in the press release, the prosecutors stated they didn't have a problem with it being pushed back. and third, now you're saying this is special treatment. no, it's standard for how legal proceedings usually go. either get it together and report the facts - which i know might be hard for you - or stop this altogether. you're becoming a completely unreliable - and frankly downright rude, source of information.