Court: Judge In Mcdonald Case Must Stop Sealing All FilingsThe Illinois Supreme Court ordered a judge presiding over the case of a Chicago police officer charged in the shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald to stop requiring attorneys in the case to submit all their filings directly to him.
Judge Clears Courtroom In Chicago Police Shooting HearingFor the second time in less than a week a judge cleared his courtroom to hear arguments on whether he should allow certain testimony in the murder trial of a Chicago police officer.
Documents Released In Van Dyke Murder Case49 documents went before Judge Vincent Gaughan on Saturday. He went through each one, unsealing 12.
Judge Plans To Set Summer Trial Date For Officer Charged With Murder Of Laquan McDonaldThe judge overseeing the murder case against Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke, in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, said he intends to begin the trial this summer.
McCarthy Slams Emanuel's 'Arrogance,' Hits Mayor's 'Record Of Failure'McCarthy accused the mayor of trying to distract voters, rather than talk about the issues that are most important to Chicago.
McCarthy Running For Mayor?In an email to CBS 2 he wrote that it's not a secret that Chicagoans have asked him to run for mayor.
Protesters Want Trial Date Set For Jason Van Dyke; Judge Will Decide 'When It’s Fair'Angry at waiting more than two years so far to see Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke go on trial for murder in the shooting of Laquan McDonald, protesters demanded the judge set a trial date on Wednesday, but the judge said there is more pretrial work to do, and the case “will go to trial when it’s fair.”
Republican Lawmaker Sponsors Laquan McDonald Act"I am actually shocked and surprised that many of the Chicago representatives aren't jumping up on top of this bill."
Jason Van Dyke Lawyers To Hire Pollster For Motion To Move Laquan Mcdonald CaseSpecial Prosecutor Joseph McMahon told Judge Vincent Gaughan that the prosecution team also intended to commission a poll.
Journalist Jamie Kalven Won’t Have To Give Up Laquan McDonald TipsterJudge Vincent Gaughan quickly dispatched with the matter of Kalven’s subpoena during a brief hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse.
Journalist Jamie Kalven Due In Court In Laquan Mcdonald CaseThe South Side journalist who broke the story that the police version of the Laquan McDonald shooting did not match the video will be in court Wednesday, where lawyers of Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke want to question him about his sources.
Community Hasn't Forgotten Laquan McDonald: Activists, FamilyCBS 2’s Audrina Bigos sat down with a Laquan McDonald family member as a demonstration marked the third anniversary of the teen’s death.