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Attorneys: Arizona judge denies motion that could have freed Sharper

1:57 PM, Apr. 2, 2014
Former Green Bay Packers safety Darren Sharper during an appearance in Los Angeles Superior Court in February.
Former Green Bay Packers safety Darren Sharper during an appearance in Los Angeles Superior Court in February.
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Former Green Bay Packers safety Darren Sharper finally got a day in court in Phoenix, even though he remained in a Los Angeles jail awaiting trial on charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted two women in southern California.

But his attorneys did not get the outcome they sought - Sharper's possible release - in a brief hearing on Wednesday when Superior Court Judge Warren Granville determined that he did not have jurisdiction over Sharper as long as the former NFL star was in a California jail.

Attorneys Brian Russo and Alfred Donau III were trying to convince Granville to quash Sharper's ...

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