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Young Thug trial: Rapper's lawyer won't go to jail after Georgia Supreme Court grants bond

Posted on AllSides June 13th, 2024
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Brian Steel, the attorney for Atlanta rapper Young Thug, will not have to spend Father's Day in jail after he was found in contempt of court. In a ruling on Wednesday, the Georgia Supreme Court granted Steel's emergency motion staying Judge Ural Glanville's order holding the lawyer in criminal contempt. The court also agreed to hear Steel's case at a future time. Until Steel's appeal is completed, the court will allow him to remain out of custody. MORE: Young Thug trial: Attorney Brian Steel held in contempt, ordered stay in...

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