We’re going behind the headlines for a look on the legal side with our “Legal Eagles” on this week’s Access Indy. It’s official. Life has changed for former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle. It’s no longer about hocking sandwiches and dumping the pounds to get to a healthier lifestyle. ‘That guy’ has faded and been replaced by the Fogle who was sentenced on Thursday, November 19, to more than 15 years behind bars for a string of crimes involving children–distribution and receipt of child pornography and traveling across state lines with the intent of engaging in illicit sexual relations with a minor, prominent among them. Indianapolis power-house legal husband and wife duo, Attorney KiKi Gaither of the Law Office of KiKi Gaither and Judge Geoffrey Gaither of The Marion County Juvenile Superior Court stopped by Access Indy With Kim Wells Sunday morning to talk about Fogle’s tougher than expected sentence, the victims and other headlines this week that captured our attention.
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FULL INTERVIEW (TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 27 MINS, 46 SECONDS) begins after a message from a valued tlcnaptown.com sponsor:
For more on the case of the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald at the hands of the Chicago Police Department that Atty. Gaither spoke of, get caught up in the video from NBC5 News in Chicago, below:
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