Found June 12, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera will be in the lineup Tuesday in Seattle after Glendale, Ariz., prosecutors on Monday abruptly dismissed domestic charges against the player stemming from an incident during spring training. Cabrera, 25, flew from Milwaukee to Arizona late Sunday night to appear in court Monday morning while his teammates were enjoying a day off in Seattle. "We were ready to proceed to trial, but they (the prosecutors) wanted to dismiss," said Richard Suzuki, Cabrera's attorney. "It lasted five minutes or so." The charge was dismissed "without prejudice," meaning the case against him could be refiled at some point by next March. That doesn't appear likely, however. Suzuki speculated that the case was dropped because of "discrepancies about what happened that night (March 16)." Cabrera was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault in Glendale, about five miles from the Padres' spring training home in Peori...
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