You’ll hear from me shortly,” Common Pleas Court Judge Leon Tucker said Monday during a brief hearing, scheduled to give Abu-Jamal’s lawyers time to present additional evidence before a ruling on the high-profile, emotionally charged case.
There wasn’t any new evidence, so Tucker is teed up to make a decision he has publicly called “difficult” based on the record he has had before him for a couple of months. It’s unclear when he will make his ruling.
Abu-Jamal’s odds hinge on how Tucker interprets the actions of former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Ronald Castille who also served as Philadelphia District Attorney earlier in his career.
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