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Fair and Balanced: Illinois Judge Rules Journalist will Not be Compelled to Testify in R. Kelly Case
On June 7, 2008 By JETLaw June 7, 2008
In a ruling affirming the rights and privileges of journalists, Cook County (Illinois) Criminal Judge Vincent Gaughan determined that music critic Jim DeRogatis was protected by the Fifth Amendment and, therefore, could not be compelled to testify in the R. Kelly child pornography case.
DeRogatis’ actions are largely responsible [...]Continue Reading →
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