Top Berkeley news: Horse trainer arrested for alleged sexual assault; Shakespearean mock trial; more

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Berkeley Law puts Shylock in the docks

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In brief: Explore health care policy options in Berkeley on March 3’s ballot

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Golden Gate Fields horse trainer arrested for alleged sexual assault

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Police in Berkeley on Thursday confirmed the arrest of a horse trainer at Golden Gate Fields after an alleged sexual assault on a victim over a year ago.