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Au Pair Murder Trial #373341

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 09, 1997
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(Studio: John Roberts) The murder verdict in the trial of au pair Louise Woodward noted.

(Boston: Kristin Jeannette-Meyers) The legal system and shaken baby cases examined in light of the Woodward case; examples cited. [At his trial in Tampa, Florida, Jeffrey HENDERSON - describes shaking his baby.] [US Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect Deanne Tilton DURFEE - says child homicide charges are routinely reduced.] [Jackson County, Missouri, circuit court Judge Jack GANT - explains his reasoning in one case.] The options open to Judge Hiller Zobel in the Woodward case discussed.

Jeannette-Meyers, Kristin;
Roberts, John

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