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Update: What’s next in the Palin hacking case?

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Today we got the latest word on the Gov. Sarah Palin's hacked e-mail account.

David Kernell, the University of Tennessee student suspected of breaking into the governor's personal e-mail account, turned himself in to the FBI this morning and headed to federal court for his arraignment. He pleaded not guilty to the one count of accessing a computer without permission.

While he was released today without bond, the upcoming trial carries some serious weight. He faces up to five years in prison (one-quarter of his 20-year-old life), another three years of "supervised release," and a $250,000 fine.


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