May 25th, 2012
08:30 PM ET

Pedro Hernandez charged: Patz case may not be a slam-dunk

Suspect in Etan Patz death is charged with 2nd degree murder. Can the jury find the suspect, Pedro Hernandez guilty with just a confession?

Criminal Defense attorneys Paul Callan and Joey Jackson comes OutFront.

Pedro Hernandez was arraigned early Friday evening on a second-degree charge tied to the case of Etan Patz, the New York boy whose disappearance 33 years to the day spurred nationwide attention about missing children.

The suspect appeared about 6:25 p.m. Friday via video feed from Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital Center, where he is being held for evaluation and is on suicide watch, according to a law enforcement source.


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