Fast Acquittal For Lawyer Charged With Letting Suspect Use Cell Phone

Jury says it wasn't clear the lawyer knew that wasn't allowed


After a controversial trial that sparked interest in the legal community, a Chicago attorney has been  acquitted of charges she improperly let a suspect in the slaying of a Chicago police officer use her cellphone in an interrogation room.

A Cook County jury deliberated a little less than three hours Thursday evening before clearing Sladjana Vuckovic on two counts of bringing contraband into a penal institution.