Renewing Justice 

Inside the courtroom, as judgment is handed down in Zehm’s death

When Karl Thompson steps through the double doors of the U.S. District courtroom, his attorneys and supporters spill in alongside him. His family and friends fill the front row. Former co-workers nod respectfully as he takes his seat. Once a decorated…

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