With trial a go, jury in Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson’s case can hear about efforts to amend his tax returns, judge rules

Also at a press conference Friday, Valderrama barred Thompson’s lawyers from finding “any evidence concerning (Thompson’s) intelligence,” but said he could allow evidence of “alderman’s caution, confusion, or indifference and / or memory.”


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