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R. Kelly a no-show at latest court hearing; judge wants his first trial to be state case in Chicago

USATODAY.com Thursday, 15 August 2019
Which of the four R. Kelly sex-crimes cases go to trial first? A state judge in Chicago says he wants to proceed to trial there first.
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