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GABOR SENTENCING DELAYED

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Sentencing for actress Zsa Zsa Gabor was delayed for a week after her new attorney said she wasn't properly defended during her trial and the prosecution recommended 30 days in jail. "We have a miscarriage of justice," new defense attorney Harrison Bull told Beverly Hills Municipal Court Judge Charles Rubin, who earlier was sent the prosecution recommendation of 30 days in jail and more than $17,000 in fines. A jury convicted Gabor on Sept. 29 of battery on a police officer, driving without a valid driver's license and having an open container of alcohol in her car. Bull alleged that the trial attorney, William Graysen, mishandled the assault case against Gabor and violated canons of ethics.