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Bullets Have No Names

Hale & Monico principal and trial attorney Andy Hale is the executive producer of “Bullets Have No Names,” a documentary about gun violence in Chicago.  The documentary features residents of Chicago who are trying to make a difference in Chicago’s most dangerous neighborhoods to bring an end to gun violence. “Bullets Have No Names” is not Mr….

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Attorney Andy Hale was the Executive Producer of this documentary. Seven Chicago survivors speak up about their personal experiences with rape and assault in our community. Hosted by national speaker, survivor, and advocate Karli Johnson, this new documentary puts a local face on this national issue while examining why these incidents take place – and…

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Wrong Cat

Attorney Andy Hale is the Executive Producer of this documentary movie about the arrest and incarceration of Cleve Heidelberg who was wrongfully convicted of killing a Peoria, Illinois police officer in 1970. Mr. Hale undertook an investigation of Mr. Heidelberg’s case and was able to prove his innocence. Mr. Heidelberg spent 47 years in prison…

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White Boy

Attorney Andy Hale is an Executive Producer for this documentary movie that chronicles the incarceration of Richard Wershe, Jr., who became an informant for the FBI at age 14 and was arrested in 1987 as a 17 year old for a nonviolent drug offense and sentenced to life in prison. Mr. Wershe has spent over…

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Case Files Chicago

Attorney Andy Hale was the Executive Producer and Host of this emmy-nominated weekly television show that ran for six years in Chicago and appeared on The CW, the local Fox TV station. The show profiled unsolved homicides in Chicago and sought to bring justice to the families of the victims.

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A Murder In The Park

Attorney Andy Hale is the Executive Producer of this documentary movie about the wrongful conviction of Alstory Simon, who was exonerated after spending 16 years in prison. Mr. Hale appears in the film as well. The documentary premiered on Showtime and is now available on Netflix.

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