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Nanci Koschman.  | Peter Holderness / Sun-Times file photo

Koschman lawyers: Revive civil rights case because of ‘sham investigation’

Cook County prosecutors have no immunity from being sued, Koschman lawyers say.

Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez.  AP file photo

Alvarez: Don’t revive Koschman mom’s suit

Prosecutors fight against reviving Koschman mom’s federal civil rights suit.

Nanci Koschman, the mother of David Koschman. | Sun-Times Media

City Council agrees to pay $250,000 to Koschman mom

Aldeman agree to pay Nanci Koschman $250,000 to settle suit that claimed police conspiracy.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration asked City Hall Inspector General Joseph Ferguson to determine whether any police officers should be disciplined for their roles in the David Koschman case. Police Supt. Garry McCarthy is awaiting Ferguson’s recommendations.  |  Rich Hein/Sun-Times

Police unions fight inspector general as settlement moves ahead

Arbitration battle erupts over discipline of Koschman cops.

David Koschman

City set to pay $250,000 to settle suit over Koschman death

Litigation with Cook County continues.

Nanci Koschman  |  Peter Holderness~Sun-Times

Koschman mom pushes to revive cover-up suit

Case was thrown out last year by a federal judge who said the statute of limitations had tolled.

Dan K. Webb. | Tim Boyle/For Sun-Times Media

BGA sues to get records in Koschman case

The Better Government Association sued special prosecutor Dan K. Webb and City Hall on Thursday for the release of subpoenas and other records.


Appeals court: Sun-Times illegally published details about cops in lineup

Judges: Newspaper violated privacy law by giving heights, weights of cops in Koschman lineup.


Year after guilty plea, City Hall probe continues

A year after Richard J. “R.J.” Vanecko admitted he killed David Koschman a decade earlier, City Hall probe of police continues.

Retired Chicago police Det. Ronald E. Yawger / Facebook photo

Koschman cop found soft landing with state job

Three years after he led the initial botched investigation, Ronald E. Yawger retired from the Chicago Police Department and took a plum job with Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.