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The Daily Memo - 12/10/07

check.jpgRay Liotta happily pleaded no contest to reckless driving, probably because it let him avoid the thorny issue of why Billy Batts was in his trunk. (FindLaw)

check.jpgDoes Wil Wheaton want to punch babies because he really hates the DMCA, or is his DMCA hatred just a convenient excuse to unload on some babies? (WWdN: In Exile)

check.jpgThe “Family Guy” folks are getting sued again, and it’s still not about how a formerly good show got so bad and mundane and redundant. (43(B)log)

check.jpgThe Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill allowing Supreme Court proceedings to be televised, so now it goes to the Senate floor. (CNN)

check.jpgHey Bush, is your refrigerator running? (Big HEad DC)

check.jpgMadonna … a co-op board … fight! (FindLaw)

check.jpgLouisiana musician … Kid Rock … no more fight! (FindLaw)

check.jpgTrip to the strip club leads to a nice $102.7 million dollars … although it also took getting shot in the neck and becoming a quadriplegic. (Law.com)