Suspect in burglary of Jobs' house gets new lawyer, plea date
Kariem McFarlin smiles as he arrives at the Palo Alto Superior Courthouse, Monday, Aug. 20. The Santa Clara County District Attorney charged McFarlin with two felony counts, accusing him of breaking into Apple founder Steve Jobs' Palo Alto home in July and then trying to sell some of the goods taken from the house. Detectives say McFarlin confessed to stealing iPads, iPhones, iPods, Mac computers, expensive jewelry and household goods from the residence. Photo courtesy of Paul Sakuma/AP.

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