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Recap: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's day in court

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford leaves the courthouse at 361 University Ave. on Sept 5, 2012. Mr. Ford is testifying in a conflict of interest case.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford gets his day in court Wednesday to answer allegations that he broke the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act when, on Feb. 7, he voted to let himself off the hook for failing to personally repay $3,150 in improper donations to his football foundation. The Globe's Marcus Gee and Kelly Grant are live-Tweeting the day's developments.

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