Attorney for Jason Van Dyke says client will plead not guilty

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CHICAGO -- The Chicago police officer accused of murdering 17-year-old Laquan McDonald returns to a courtroom later today.

A judge will decide if Jason Van Dyke can go free on bond. He was charged last week with first degree murder for shooting McDonald 16 times in October of last year. The judge in the case ordered Van Dyke held without bond until he was able to review the video.

Daniel Herbert, the defense attorney for Jason Van Dyke, joins WGN Morning News to talk about his plan to get his client out of custody.

Watch the full interview in the video player above.