Spears' Lawyers Plea to Reduce Their Own Sentences

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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" target="_blank">Jumping train wreck: Britney Spears' legal team files a motion to quit, citing a "breakdown in communications ... making further representation of her interests impossible." Brit Brit pulled a no-show at a deposition yesterday, surely not helping her legal matters, but greatly upping the amusement factor.

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