On Wednesday Gregg Levy, an attorney representing the NFL was trying to persuade the Justices that his client should be considered a "single entity"- not a collection of 32 teams - and therefore not subject to the Sherman Antitrust Act. Dahlia Lithwick has the story here.
Thursday saw a sentencing hearing for 20 year-old Collin McKenzie-Gude, who has pleaded guilty to possession of chemicals to manufacture explosives, turn into a mini-trial expected to go into next week. Prosecutors contend that materials were amassed as part of a plot to kill then presidential candidate Barack Obama. WaPo story here.
And on Friday Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas appeared in DC Superior Court to plead guilty to felony gun possession. You can read about it here.