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    in court trying to

    He's now in court trying to weasel out of $2.5 million in debts.

    Does it mean ‘he's now in court because he tried to weasle out of his debts' or 'he's now in court and trying to weasel out of his debts’?


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    Re: in court trying to

    The second one

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