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Re: “Marshawn Lynch Back Out of Hot Water

That restraining order won't likely stand for long, since it was obtained through lying. From the Daily Cal: Lynch's lawyer, M. Gerald Schwartzbach said he was pleased by the decision but concerned about the process leading to the restraining order. He said neither he nor Lynch had been informed of Friday's hearing about the restraining order. Schwartzbach said a court filing indicates Lynch had been served notice of the hearing in Berkeley on Jan. 15, but Schwartzbach said Lynch was out of the state that day. "Someone appears to have lied under penalty of perjury," Schwartzbach said, adding that Lynch could contest the restraining order or press perjury charges. "I'm going to have to talk to Marshawn about what he wants to do, but if somebody lies under penalty of perjury, that's perjury," he said.

Posted by John on 01/30/2007 at 10:24 AM

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