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Campus Times
March 20, 1998


photo by Michael P. Bailey

Actor Christian Slater walked out of La Verne's jail at approximately 12:35 a.m. Saturday morning. Slater, escorted by attorney Blaire Burks and friend, stopped to answer a few questions by the media. Slater, who was convicted in January of assault and battery, was released 30 days prior to his 90 day sentence because of good behavior. He now must enter a drug treatment program for three months, and a batterers program for a year.


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