Illinois Jurors Mostly Favor Interrogation Taping

Print More,1,7644381.story?coll=chi-news-hed Chicago jurors are mostly favorable about a new Illinois law that will require police interrogations to be taped in murder cases. The Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times talked to members of two juries who acquitted men of murder last week after watching their videotaped confessions. “I wished there had been more videotape of
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