Legal News: Chicago Cop Acquitted, A Murder in Bali, Free-Range Parents and Cheating Teachers

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Martinez Sutton, 29, middle, brother of Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old Chicago woman shot by a police officer, addresses the media while announcing a lawsuit against the city and the accused police officer. (William DeShazer, Chicago Tribune)

Karen Conti joined us this morning to discuss a very packed week of legal-news. Heather Mack and Tommy Schaefer murdered Heather’s mom, and they received a very light sentence. Officer Dante Servin was acquitted of a lesser crime because higher charges weren’t brought against him in the murder-trial of Rekia Boyd. Those cases, and other national stories required the legal insight of our lawyer Karen Conti!

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