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Media attorneys seek to unseal Smollett court file after charges dropped

CHICAGO - Attorneys for the Chicago Tribune and other news organizations went to court Tuesday seeking to unseal Jussie Smollett's court file, citing the intense secrecy surrounding the case since last week's stunning dismissal of all charges against the "Empire" actor.

Neither the Cook County state's attorney's office

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