Hollywood crew films movie at the Plymouth Trial Court
Kinnear got a year in jail for the felony assault plus three years probation. He received 49 days credit for time served and spent several months in jail before going on probation. Within weeks of being released, Kinnear violated his probation with various misdemeanor charges such as defecating in public and failing to appear in court and for probation meetings, records show. Over the next year, judges would revoke his probation a dozen times.
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Hollywood came east to Americas Hometown this week for the filming of the legal thriller The Judge at the Trial Court on Obery Street in Plymouth. And while some may have seen the arrival of the Warner Bros. crew as less than what theyd anticipated back when Plymouth was being eyed as a studio site, at least one local got an unexpected shot at stardom.
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