Berkeley law grad gets 4 years' probation in Las Vegas Strip resort bird beheading case

  • by: KEN RITTER , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 12, 2014 - 2:01 PM

LAS VEGAS — A University of California, Berkeley, law school graduate was sentenced Monday to up to four years' probation and 16 hours of animal shelter work per month for beheading a chicken-sized exotic bird during a drunken escapade in October 2012 at a Las Vegas Strip resort.

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