The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys and the Rolling Thunder have all given their songs a kind of end to their lives.
Bob Dylan’s, though, has been in a different place.
He has never been in trouble with the law for anything.
But in late 2016, he was arrested in the Bronx, New York, for allegedly driving with an expired license plate and failing to show up for court.
He was then arrested and charged with the second offense, failure to appear in court.
The charges were dropped after Dylan pleaded guilty.
Dylan’s lawyer argued in court papers that the charges should be dismissed because the case was brought against a musician for failing to appear for a court date, not a politician.
The decision not to dismiss the charges was upheld in the end.
Dylan and his legal team did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The trial, however, is set to start next week.
Dylan, who has said he never saw the movie “In the Heights,” said in a statement to The Wall St. Journal that he has no plans to participate in the trial.
“This is not a legal matter for me, it’s not an issue for my family, and it’s a matter of principle,” he said.
“I am disappointed that my legal team and the courts have chosen to bring a frivolous lawsuit against me, but I am not surprised by the outcome.”
He added that he is “pleased that the court has allowed this to be resolved in a fair and orderly manner.”
Dylan has said that he believes that the way to get the attention of the U.S. justice system is to be arrested and prosecuted, and he said that the U-S-A system works in that way.
Dylan has been a vocal critic of the Trump administration and the Justice Department’s crackdown on civil liberties.
He is also a member of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dylan said in an interview with Rolling Stone that he will play the “End of the World” concert in his hometown of Oakland, California, in 2020.
“It’s a very big deal, and I’m going to play it, and the first person that I’m playing it to is the police chief,” he told Rolling Stone.
“If you can’t stand up to the police, if you can only do it on your own terms, then you’re not gonna stand up against it.
I think it’s really important for people to come out, to come to the concerts and hear it and see the real thing.”