Sundeep Dharni, who was convicted of conspiracy related to trying to burn down his North Natomas restaurant, was denied rights guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment, his lawyer successfully argued.
Sundeep Dharni, who was convicted of conspiracy related to trying to burn down his North Natomas restaurant, was denied rights guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment, his lawyer successfully argued.
Sundeep Dharni, who was convicted of conspiracy related to trying to burn down his North Natomas restaurant, was denied rights guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment, his lawyer successfully argued.
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October 31, 2015 3:00 AM

Extraordinary case: Court rules man was denied a public trial

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