"Judge Postpones Ruling In Lori Drew Case":
Kim Zetter of Wired has the latest update in the Lori Drew case, namely that Judge Wu decided not to rule at this time on the defense's latest motion to dismiss (this one specifically raising the lack of evidence that any Terms of Service violation was intentional). Our legal briefing on the motion, briefing that Judge Wu sought following Friday's motion at the close of the government's case, is available here. The government's response is here. The evidence in the case has now been submitted, and closing arguments are being held this afternoon.
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