Chicago: Jussie Smollett Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges, Asks Illinois Supreme Court To Pause Case


Actor jussie Smollett let back into Chicago courtroom today jussie Smollett stood before a Chicago judge and pled not guilty for the second time for lying to police about a stage homophobic and racist attack against him in Streeterville last year this time he faces six felony charges of disorderly conduct special prosecutor Dan Webb was called in to take a fresh look at the case after it was discharged last year by cook county state's attorney Kim Foxx small let's attorneys are now afraid of double jeopardy and will make an appeal to the Illinois Supreme Court small that was released on twenty thousand dollars bond but he is expected back in Chicago in a court room on March eighteenth Catherine Catalan eight ninety

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