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Apple's back in court but this time it is not a battle with -- The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the tech giant at five publishers for allegedly trying to hike the prices of given apple an upper hand over other retailers could this just be a witch hunt against apple.
Criminal defense attorney Arthur I -- -- says the government is just leveling the playing field.
About government actually helping the people helping the the citizens hoping.
Making sure that there's a level playing field.
That people when he was an apple product -- the -- of noble nook birds in the Amazon Kindle.
That that everyone is -- at a level playing a Dallas says the price disparity forced the government to step in.
The it was a price disparity it's disparity between apple products and other products.
And what the government is saying is this is a violation of the antitrust laws.
What is putting -- -- back into the headlines is the DOJ is use of old emails from the companies -- late CEO Steve Jobs.
Which under US slot is completely legal under the rules of evidence of it to the client -- a witness is unavailable and they there is a writing by -- -- can be verified that that writing is in fact by them.
They are admissible you can read Steve's emails into the record.
Do you Jay's case hit a small snag this week when -- not presented in court from jobs was only a draft.
And not one that was actually sent.
-- publishers involved in the case settled with the government didn't go to trial but apple refused to do seem.
-- -- foxbusiness.com for more in new York and Tracy Byrnes.
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