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Defense Seeks Gag Order of Indiana Shooting Victim

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ A judge says a lawyer for an Indianapolis man accused of shooting his ex-wife outside a day care center has until Thursday to request a gag order seeking to keep the woman from doing a television interview.
It comes after defense attorney Jackie Butler missed a hearing Wednesday in a Marion County court. She had filed an emergency motion Tuesday asking the court to bar Shirley Justice from the interview. The motion says a station plans to air the interview Thursday night, and that it could prejudice potential jurors.
Christopher Justice has been charged in the Feb. 18 shooting.
The interview was already recorded. It's not clear what that will mean if a gag order is issued.

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