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Judge orders Boeing to be arraigned on felony criminal charges in 737 Max debacle that killed over 300 passengers

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A federal judge ordered representatives from Boeing to present themselves in his courtroom for arraignment on felony charges Thursday, seemingly rejecting a plea deal negotiated by Boeing that would have allowed the company to avoid a felony charge.

The charges stem from mechanical failures in Boeing's 737 Max airplane that were blamed for two separate crashes in 2018-19. The crashes killed a combined total of 346 people. The plane was eventually grounded by virtually every flight authority in the world, but most countries have since allowed the 737 Max to return to service after Boeing made changes that apparently satisfied regulators.

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