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What’s next: Suspected Charlottesville driver James Alex Fields, Jr. to appear in court

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Willie Geist wraps up Sunday TODAY with a look at the week ahead. On Monday, James Alex Fields, Jr. is expected to appear in court and face charges for allegedly driving a car through a crowd of people in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather Heyer was killed in the incident and 19 others were injured. The Justice Department and the FBI have opened a civil rights investigation into the case.