Man accused of faking documents, paying witnesses to win freedom on murder charge seeks more time to respond in court

The city hired attorneys out of Chicago known for defending wrongful conviction and police misconduct cases, and they examined DeWitt’s document and determined it was a clear forgery: Someone had filled in the blank, back side of an individually-numbered document. That document, in police and prosecutors’ records, contains no such account, they said.

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