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Crime: Goodman DUI Case #1065584

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 21, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Olympia, Washington: Dan Simon) The questions raised about the DUI sentence for Washington state business owner Sean Goodman, a multiple offender, examined; scenes shown of protesters at the county courthouse; details given about the latest of seven DUI incidents. [Jumped out of Goodman's car, Henry GRIFFIN - comments on his ride with Goodman in his Ferrari that led to a high-speed chase.] [Prosecutor Jon TUNHEIM†- talks about the law and Goodman's penalty.] [Goodman lawyer Paul STROPHY†- says Goodman is remorseful.] Goodman's sentence based on Washington state law discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan

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