Greenwich Case

Linda talks with David Rosen, a trial lawyer and member of the faculty at Yale Law School, about legal issues surrounding a Connecticut murder case that may involve a relative of the Kennedy family. Martha Moxley was fifteen years old when she was bludgeoned to death in 1975. This year, Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel — who was also fifteen at the time — was arrested in connection with the crime. A court must decide whether Skakel, now thirty-nine, should be tried as a juvenile or an adult.



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