Peter Kratsa and Caroline Donato, criminal defense attorneys at MacElree Harvey, discuss the stories making headlines in the legal world and break down the legalese for the average listener in their popular podcast, “Subject to Cross.”
In the latest episode, Kratsa and Donato discuss the case of Kyle Rittenhouse and recent rulings by the trial judge in advance of the trial.
Rittenhouse, 18, is the Illinois teenager who killed two people last summer and wounded another during unrest in Kenosha, Wisc. He is on trial for homicide and related felonies.
Rittenhouse claims he was defending himself and has also testified in his own defense, as CNN reports.
Kratsa’s practice includes representation of clients in state and federal criminal trials, grand jury investigations, internal investigations, appeals, state and federal regulatory matters, and juvenile delinquency matters.
Donato focuses her practice on federal and state criminal defense and related civil and administrative matters at both the trial and appellate levels. Her experience includes federal and state business compliance matters, collegiate investigations, county and state grand jury investigations, and complex criminal allegations, including sex crimes, violent crimes, drug charges, and crimes involving fraud and dishonesty.
Check out the latest episode of “Subject to Cross.”