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The Shortlist for March 19

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Justin Bieber egging case: Will he get off with a plea deal?When Justin Bieber allegedly chucked a pile of raw eggs at his neighbor's house, the fancy Calabasas, Calif., home sustained $20,000 worth of damage -- at least that's what the Biebs' neighbor has claimed in court. The amount of money at stake means the Biebs could be liable for a felony should be found guilty. But if TMZ's sources are correct, it's more likely that the pop star-turned-budding vandal will get off the hook if he pays for the damage, agrees to some probation time and pleads no contest to a misdemeanor felony.The L.A. County D.A. is looking to hammer out a plea deal with Bieber's lawyer, Howard Weitzman, the site reports, and since the judge in the case is apparently hesitant to go for a felony over the egging, it seems more likely that he'll accept the terms of the lesser charge.
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