Chicago Paramedics Upset with Judge’s Decision
Medics and union consider charges a “slap on the wrist”
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CHICAGO (NBC Chicago) - The Chicago Firefighters Union is expressing outrage that a man convicted of attacking two fire paramedics walked out of court this week with a virtual slap on the wrist. Jonathan Soto of Bartlett was charged with four counts of aggravated battery for the 2011 incident, but a Cook County judge convicted him on only a lesser misdemeanor charge.Tags: News, News Video, Chicago Fire Department, Chicago, violence against EMS
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