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Arrested at 13, inmate freed

Published in the Chicago Sun-Times
Firm News | May 4, 2009
Thirty-year-old Thaddeus Jimenez was released from prison after serving 16 years for a crime he did not commit. His lawyers, including Katten's Stuart Chanen, say he is "likely the youngest person in U.S. history to be wrongfully convicted of a crime and exonerated." This article describes the circumstances that led to his release.
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