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Caleb Jackson, one of the defendants in the felony hazing and manslaughter case in the death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion pleaded no contest today.

Jackson has been incarcerated due to a probation violation since he was arrested almost a year ago. In the November 19, 2011 hazing incident, Champion sustained multiple bodily injuries that lead to his death.



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