Judge Vincent Gaughan is considered unlikely to toss the guilty verdicts on second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery.
The FOP’s Second Vice President Martin Preib filed the formal charge against Angelo on Oct. 5, the day the Van Dyke verdict was announced.
In a motion filed Wednesday, lawyers for Jason Van Dyke offer a fresh slate of alleged missteps by trial Judge Vincent Gaughan.
Judge Domenica Stephenson said Thursday she will announce her verdict Dec. 19 in the trial of three Chicago police officers charged in the case.
After only one witness, the defense has rested in the trial of three cops accused of covering up the murder of Laquan McDonald.
These three Chicago police officers walked into the courtroom with not just the presumption of innocence but also the presumption of privilege.
Vanita Gupta, former head of the civil rights division of the U.S. Justice Department, says lots of hard work is ahead to bring real policing reform.
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CPD Sgt. Stephen Franko and officers Janet Mondragon, Daphne Sebastian and Ricardo Viramontes are set to appear at evidentiary hearings next month.
You couldn’t look around that courtroom and not notice that race is an issue in this case with Chicago police at the center of it.
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A prominent activist says the case is an indictment of the way the Chicago Police Department has handled accusations of misconduct for decades.
“Fear” will likely be blamed in the shooting death of Jemel Roberson, who was the good guy — working as a bouncer — when gunfire broke out.
SNEED: Dan Herbert, the lawyer for Jason Van Dyke, says, “My appearance is still on file,” said Herbert. “So until that changes I am his lawyer.”