Prosecuting Socrates All Over Again

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Next Thursday, Chicago's National Hellenic Museum will try to give Socrates a more fair trial than what he got in 399 BC, when he was sentenced to death for impiety. Some of the the country's most stellar legal names are involved in the mock trial. Host Scott Simon speaks with former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald.

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