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Jennifer Hudson Family Murder Trial Televised, Fiance David Otunga Returns To Law

 Even though Jennifer Hudson has dropped over 80 pounds and trying to restart her life after her family was tragically killed. now they are saying Jens going to have to relive everything only this time it’s going public.

The tragic 2008 murder of Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother, and nephew is finally going to trial, but could it be coming to a TV screen near you?

 

The Illinois Supreme Court has decided cameras and microphones can be allowed in the court room during the trial.
Many are wondering if this will open the door to televising the Hudson family murder trial.

 

Proponents argue that allowing cameras in the court room ensures transparency.
Illinois Chief Justice Kilbride said “The provisions of this new policy keep discretion in the chief circuit judge and the trial judge to assure that a fair and impartial trial is not compromised, yet affords a closer look at the workings of our court system to the public through the eyes of the electronic news media and news photographers.”

However, others argue that it is insensitive to families.

If the Hudson murder trial is televised it will be sure to garner huge headlines and media coverage. Jennifer Hudson may be called to testify against her former brother-in-law William Balfour, who has been charged with murder.

Jennifer Hudson’s fiance David Otunga has taken a break from wrestling to return to his career as a lawyer. It was reported earlier this month that Jennifer was not happy that David was furthering his wrestling career when he could be using his Havard law degree to the full advantage.

It seems Jennifer must have had an affect on David as he reportedly returned to the courts to represent a man who believed he was wrongfully terminated and denied unemployment benefits. A source told TMZ that David “smoked the witness during cross examination,” and the judge agreed with David’s argument and won the case so his client will now receive unemployment benefits.

It should also be noted that David did not initially ask for money before taking the case to court, as it was pro-bono. Before the case David was feeling very confident about the outcome and made a statement: “If the outcome of the case is any indication of how I’ll do in the Royal Rumble this weekend, then it looks like I’ll be the winner.”

Last week, Hudson released her book, “I Got This: How I Changed My Ways and Lost What Weighed Me Down.”

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