Episode 172: Confronting Cook County Corruption

What does Sir Walter Raleigh have to do with a Tennessee murder trial? You’ll learn from Rob Johnson, as he confronts his witness with a devastating cross-examination while presenting a unique habeas case from the Sixth Circuit. And does 50 years seem a long time for a case to last? Even in Cook County, Illinois it’s a bit of a stretch. But, as Jeff Rowes explains, given the county’s, and its most famous city’s, Untouchable history of corruption, the case can go on. For now.

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Institute for Justice · Short Circuit 172 | Confronting Cook County Corruption

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