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Breaking Law & Crime Headlines: Jan 30th, 7pm

Amanda Knox and her Italian ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were once again found guilty of killing British student Meredith Kercher on Thursday. A judge has now sentenced Amanda to 28 years behind bars. This new verdict comes less than three years after both Knox and Sollecito were acquitted of the murder and released from an Italian prison after serving four years. Amanda spoke out Thursday about the court’s new decision, admitting that the verdict has left her frightened and saddened. Knox’s lawyers have stressed that they will appeal any guilty verdict to the Supreme Court. Toronto mayor Rob Ford 's legal woes just got worse. Ford's brother-in-law,Scott MacIntyre , has slapped him with acivil lawsuit in which he alleges the embattled politician ordered a jailhouse beating to stop him talking about crack cocaine use, alcohol abuse and criminal associations. "As he was leaving, he (MacIntyre) stated to Ford that Ford should be careful about how he treated the plaintiff because the plaintiff knew things about Ford and his family which had not been made public," the suit states. That alleged meeting was apparently captured in an infamous Rob Ford video where a ranting mayor threatened to “kill” and “murder” an unidentified person. Justin Bieber is facing new charges of assault in Toronto after turning himself into police yesterday. But fear not, Beliebers, because Bieber is claiming innocence just like he is with the DUI and resisting arrest matter in Miami. Although he was booked, released, and scheduled for an official court appearance up north, Bieber's lawyer seems to feel pretty confident that this whole little violent mess will clean itself up.

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