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The family of a Florida man who drank three Charged Lemonades from a Panera Bread and then suffered a fatal cardiac arrest has filed a lawsuit against the company. NBC News’ Danny Cevallos explains the liability Panera faces and if pulling the drink from the menu is an admission of guilt.