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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A lawyer for real estate heir Robert Durst says Los Angeles County prosecutors could get custody of him immediately, rather than waiting until he’s moved to a federal prison in Indiana to serve time for a weapons conviction. Attorney Dick DeGuerin (duh-GEHR-in) says they could do so by asking a California […]

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