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In the run-up to summary arguments, the lawyers spent yesterday wrangling before the judge over what the jury can and can’t hear in the course of those summations. A minor but not insignificant victory for Jack Boultbee as St. Eve booted the government’s allegations of his aiding and abetting Black’s Polynesian fiasco. The Globe suggests this could be a harbinger, particularly for Kipnis’s efforts to have the charges summarily dismissed. The Star’s Rick Westhead leads off what will likely be an avalanche of where-we-stand summaries. Les jeux, however, sont still far from faits.

Co-defendant wins minor victory [Globe and Mail]The breakdown on Black [Toronto Star]Black’s former finance chief cleared on one charge [Chicago]

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