Conor McGregor due in NY court on charges from backstage melee

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Conor McGregor appeared in court today in Brooklyn relating to an incident in NY in April.

Returning to UFC to fight will put McGregor back on the straight and narrow after a troublesome couple of months, and the UFC president Dana White has recently revealed when he is going to be speaking to the Irishman to sort out his future once and for all. McGregor commented on the court date via social media, noting that he is going to be flying out to NY to face the charges on Tuesday, ahead of the court date on Thursday.

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The charges were levelled McGregor's way after he and his friends attacked a bus at the Barclays Center, with the UFC's poster boy throwing a dolly through one of the vehicle's windows.

McGregor and his co-defendant, UFC fighter Cain Cowley, could find out whether they will be indicted for the backstage melee in April.

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McGregor has come out and said yesterday and today to various media outlets that he expects to be cleared on all charges.

Though seasoned trial attorney Bob Latham told MMAWeekly.com that it was unlikely that McGregor would eventually be convicted of a felony or face jail time, he also warned that it is unlikely that Thursday's court appearance provides a resolution. I don't know what Conor has planned. I don't know whats gonna happen. "I don't know what Conor and his team have worked on". "Whatever happens (on Thursday), I will be as shocked as you".

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The trial last just 90 seconds as a date was agreed for another hearing on 26 July.

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