Doctor barred from declaring 4-year-old’s death an accident

A woman who alleges Chicago police coerced her into falsely confessing to murdering her son may not call a physician to the stand to testify the boy’s death was accidental, a federal judge ruled Monday.In a written opinion, U.S. District Judge Amy St. Eve held Dr. Ryan Stevens is not qualified to offer an opinion about whether 4-year-old Jaquari Dancy’s death was an accident or homicide.The boy died in 2005 after …

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