Defense asks to bar potential witness in Koschman case: Report

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Attorneys representing the nephew of former Mayor Richard Daley want a judge to keep one of Cook County’s top prosecutors from testifying in the case.

Richard Vanecko is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of David Koschman, who died in 2004, after they got into a fight outside a bar on Rush St.

The Sun-Times reports Thomas Epach Jr., an attorney who worked for the Chicago Police Department at the time, publicly stated he wants someone charged in Koschman’s death.

Vanecko’s trial is set to start in February.

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