In Capitol Records v. Thomas, Jammie Thomas will not have to go it alone, after all.
Her attorney's previous motion to withdraw has been amended to become a motion for substitution.
Houston, Texas, law firm Camara & Sibley, and St. Paul, Minnesota, firm Reinhardt, Wendorf & Blanchfield, will be taking over as Ms. Thomas's attorneys.
The motion for substitution is not opposed by the RIAA.
The trial is scheduled for June 15th.
Motion for Substitution
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