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    Post Buju's lawyer files motion

    The attorney, David Oscar Markus, in a motion for judgment of acquittal pursuant to rules 29 and 33 of the federal rules of criminal procedure, respectfully moves for the entry of a judgment of acquittal or, in the alternative, requests that the court grant him a new trial.

    Buju, whose real name is Mark Myrie, was last week convicted of three cocaine-related charges in the United States.

    However, in the motion recently filed, Markus said "Mark Myrie respectfully submits that the interest of justice can only be achieved if the guilty verdicts obtained at trial are vacated and a judgment of acquittal entered or, alternatively, new trial ordered."

    In the motion, Markus argued that " Myrie reiterates and incorporates by reference his motions for judgment of acquittal made at the close of the government's case and at the close of all the evidence based on the absence of substantial credible evidence sufficient to prove the allegations beyond a reasonable doubt."
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    Loyalty to Loyalty Taj's Avatar Taj is offline
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    Fix up, look sharp!
    i guess his lawyer sniffing that good stuff too

    bonne chance to them
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