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It wasn't that long ago that a petition gathered enough signatures to force the White House to respond that they would not be deporting Justin Bieber after he was arrested for DUI in Miami and charged with all kinds of crimes. The only charge that is sticking around is a reckless driving charge and if Justin doesn't get into trouble in the next year that charge will be removed from his record like nothing ever happened. The only positive thing that I can see from this plea deal is that Bieber is required to attend anger management classes. The guy needs those and maybe it will help. Doubtful, but it sure couldn't hurt. So, what looked like at the beginning might result in some jail time for Justin and a wake up call ends up being nothing but a slap on the wrist. A light slap. A touch foul if you will. Yes, I have been watching too much basketball.
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