In Cook County courts: Not guilty? Go to jail anyway

Defendants acquitted of crimes in Cook County don't walk out of the courtroom. They have to go back into the jail.

May 6, 2013

Cook County has a pretty curious way of dealing with people who are acquitted in court, people who are found not guilty. The county has a practice of violating their constitutional rights, and the practice goes back decades. That's what happened to a man named Calvin Marshall.  You can hear what Marshall went through after he was found not guilty of murder by clicking on the audio above.