‘Substantial’ bond recommended for condo lawyer accused of murder

Donnie Rudd, accused of killing his wife, Noreen, 42 years ago, is scheduled to appear for a bond hearing on Thursday afternoon, according to Cook County State’s Attorney spokesperson Tandra Simonton.  The 75-year-old Rudd is charged with murder. The minimum sentence, if found guilty, is 14 years in prison. If he is able to post bail, it likely will be steep. Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez is asking the court to set “a substantial bond.”    Read the article…………


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