Shut Down: Judge Blocks Suge Knight's Phone & Visitation Privileges

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(AllHipHop News) Suge Knight has been incarcerated for the alleged murder Terry Carter. The former Death Row CEO faces charges involving the hit-and-run incident which injured actor, Cle "Bone" Sloan. While visiting the set of the historic N.W.A. biopic, Straight Outta Compton, Knight's life would head down this collision course.

Last Friday (Jan. 29), from the urging of the sheriff's investigators, L.A. Superior Court Jude William C. Ryan, ruled that Knight can no longer receive phone calls or visitors, as reported by the Associated Press. Revealing court documents reflect that Suge can only get visits from his lawyers during regularly scheduled hours of visitation.

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Currently, Stephen L. Schwartz is representing Mr. Knight. As it stands, his legal team are the only people allowed to contact him. Even then, stipulations dictate that his lawyers refrain from conference calls or call transfers. All other people have been barred from receiving calls, visiting, or writing letters to Suge.

Knight's trial is scheduled to being later this month, on Feb. 26.