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Friday, December 7, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, December 7, 1 973 THE MICHIGAN DA.ILY- -P-g- -e-e-

'Chicago 7' members
spared jail sentences

C H I C A G O, (Reuter) - in
a quiet, formal colrtroom scene
-- a stark contrast to their up-
roariois riot conspiracy trial
four years ago - three members
of the "Chicago Seven" and a
defense lawyer, found guilty of
contempt of court, were yester-
day spared going to jail.
Judge Edward Gignoux, who
presided over the four-week con-
-' rtempt trial, pointed out that three
"'i of the defendants had already
spent brief periods in prison for
contempt and said he could see
no purpose in sending them back
to jail four years after the
event.
vThe contempt trial stemmed
from outbreaks of chanting and
shouting and repeated interrup-
tions when the "Seven" stood
trial four years ago accused of
conspiring to riot during the
1968 Democratic Party Conven-
tion here.
THE FOUR DEFENDANTS -
Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger,
; Abbie Hoffman and Defense Law-
yer William Kunstler - could
each have been sentenced to a
maximum of 177 days imprison-
ment on the contempt charges.
Only two of the accused, Kunst-
ler and Rubin, were in the court-
room to hear the judge read his
ter, decision. Gignoux said Dellinger
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Two other members of the
"Seven" - Tom Hayden and
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Counsel Leonard Weinglass were
earlier this week found not guil-
ty of contempt of court. Similar
charges against the remaining
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were dismissed during t h e
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GIGNOUX SAID he was most
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by counsel on both sides in the
latest trial.
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CHICAGO CONSPIRACY DEFENDANT Jerry Rubin, left, and law-
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without jail sentences on contempt of court convictions. Also freed
were two other members of the origin-1 Chicago Seven who were
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