The Pellicano Trial: Bert Still Chillin'

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The Pellicano Trial: Bert Still Chillin'

Thu Apr 17, 2008 @ 11:02AM PST

Posted by Eriq Gardner

Fieldsb_lit_20070131 The Pellicano trial was interesting yesterday only because of who and what were missing.

No Bert Fields, as the entertainment attorney cooled his heels in the cafeteria for a second consecutive day.

And less focus on Pellicano, as prosecutors returned from the break in action to grill co-defendant Mark Arneson again. The testimony got heated when the former LAPD officer claimed forgery on a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition, prompting Asst. U.S. Attorney Daniel Saunders to suggest that Arneson was perjuring himself.

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