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Artist's lawyer says 7 vandalism charges dismissed

Frank Shepard Fairey (left) appeared in Boston Municipal Court yesterday with his lawyer, Jeffrey Wiesner. Frank Shepard Fairey (left) appeared in Boston Municipal Court yesterday with his lawyer, Jeffrey Wiesner. (Lisa Poole/ Associated Press)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / April 14, 2009

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Citing a lack of evidence, a Boston Municipal Court clerk-magistrate yesterday rejected some of the vandalism charges Boston police are trying to bring against celebrated graffiti artist Frank Shepard Fairey, Fairey's lawyer said. (Full article: 426 words)

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