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Sometime this afternoon, Breezy and his sharks lawyers will head back to court to continue hearings surrounding Chrihannagate 2009. Can you imagine the tension floating around the RiRi and Chris Breezy camps right now? Flip the lid for more

Earlier this month, Chris Brown pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from his February altercation with Rihanna on the eve of the Grammys. Brown is now due back in court on Wednesday (April 29) to make his first appearance since entering his plea. So what can the singer expect as he once again enters Judge Patricia Schnegg’s chambers?

Well, it depends on a number of factors — both sides in the case were reportedly working furiously to negotiate a plea deal, and a few of those factors favored a deal being struck, legal experts have said.

For example, Chris Brown is a first-time offender with no criminal history. Rihanna, it appears, doesn’t have much interest in testifying in the case — her lawyer recently said that his client would like to reach a resolution as soon as possible. And both stars could do without additional damaging information about the night in question being made public.

On Wednesday, Brown will appear in Los Angeles County Criminal Court for a status conference and there’s a remote chance his attorney, Mark Geragos, will announce that a plea deal has finally been reached.

God only knows how this is going to turn out. It’s the OJ trial for the new generation.



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