Thursday, June 18, 2009

Closing Arguments in Brainerd Music Trial

(AP) Closing arguments will be given today in the trial of a Brainerd woman accused of illegally sharing copywrite music on the Internet.

The record labels accuse Jammie Thomas-Rasset of sharing music on the KAZAA network. She denied the charges in testimony in Federal Court in Minneapolis earlier this week.

Thomas-Rasset is one of 30,000 similar lawsuits, but one of the few that has gone to trial. Most have settled for $3,500.

This is her second trial. In the first, the Brainerd woman was ordered to pay the record labels over $200,000. However, the judge said he gave the jury the wrong instructions and ordered a new trial

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