Steven Slater is about to learn that his 15 minutes are up: The former flight attendant, who became a kind of national folk hero for spectacularly quitting his JetBlue job last month, will appear in a New York court Tuesday. Slater has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of reckless endangerment and criminal mischief, as well as criminal trespass. Those crimes carry a maximum penalty of seven years in prison. Slater officially stopped working for the airline last week; his lawyer says he resigned.
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