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Suge Knight No Contest Plea to Voluntary Manslaughter

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Suge Knight Voluntary Manslaughter No Contest Plea

On January 29, 2015, Suge Knight pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter charges following the hit and run death at a Compton burger restaurant. Suge Knight no contest plea may cause him to serve 28 years in jail.

Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Television Commentary Throughout Suge Knitght’s Trial.

In an interview with the Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles criminal defense attorney R.J. Manuelian said, “he’s confident that Knight’s lawyer didn’t have a solid witness to corroborate the gun theory — “a real big weakness in the case”. “The only way they’d win is if the jury believed Suge Knight, which is a tall order,” said Manuelian, who followed the case since the 2015 arrest and planned to offer television commentary throughout the trial.

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