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by Irvin Muchnick


Alameda County assistant district attorney Paul Hora just called to tell me that he is taking one more week than he projected earlier for a decision on whether to file charges in last November’s teammate attack on Cal football player Fabiano Hale. See below for the links to all of our coverage.

Hora said he got some additional information this week from the interested parties. He declined to elaborate on that information. “But I can’t imagine that I won’t be able to arrive at a decision before the end of the next week, perhaps sooner,” Hora said.



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