Escobedo, Figure in Landmark Case, Convicted Again

Print More Daniel Escobedo, a figure in the well-known 1964 U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a suspect’s right to a lawyer, has been convicted in Chicago of killing a shopkeeper with an ice pick in 1983. Escobedo, 65, faces a possible life sentence, the Associated Press reports. Escobedo has been arrested some 25 times for offenses
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