Chicago Judge Rules That Officer Misconduct Cases Can Be Heard By A Third-Party Arbitrator, Must Remain Public

CHICAGO — A Cook County judge on Thursday ruled that Chicago police officers accused of serious misconduct will have the right to have their cases decided by a third-party arbitrator, but those hearings must remain publicly accessible.

The ruling from Judge Michael Mullen marks the latest entry in a protracted legal fight over the future of police discipline.

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