It looks liker the case against the two individual who allegedly found the original iPhone 4 prototype last year, and then sold it to Gizmodo is coming to an end, as the to individual have pleaded ‘No Contest’ in the case against them.
Brian Hogan, who allegedly found the iPhone 4 prototype and his friend, Sage Wallower, who allegedly helped Hogan sell the iPhone 4 prototype have pleased ‘No Contest’, wand the judge has sentenced the pair to 40 hours of public service, 1 years probation and each has to pay a $250 fine.
Niether of the two individual have pleaded guilty, and pleading ‘No Contest’ means that a civil lawsuit can not be brought against them, so basically Apple cant sue them for selling the iPhone 4 prototype to Gizmodo.
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