"48 Hours" back in town
Defense attorney Matthew Tucker was downtown passing out tee shirts for his T&A Law firm Tuesday. Tucker drove down from suburban Atlanta to take part in interviews for an upcoming episode of "48 Hours."
A six-person production crew for "48 Hours," the venerable CBS crime/news magazine show that averages nearly 3 million viewers per week, is in town this week filming for an upcoming episode.
The episode, scheduled to run "next season," centers around the Marcus Lillard murder case and subsequent jury trail. Lillard was found not guilty on all counts last month.
Producers are filming stock footage around Milledgeville and will attempt to paint a picture of Baldwin County, while also interviewing key players from the trial, including Lillard defense attorney Matthew Tucker, who drove from suburban Atlanta to take part in an interview.
“48 Hours” previously was in Milledgeville for the final three days of the Lillard trial and filmed from the back of courtroom.
For more background on the trial, feel free to click on the links immediately below.
•••Juror from Marcus Lillard trial discusses the case, aftermath
•••Attempting to sum up the Marcus Lillard trial in roughly 600 words
•••Marcus Lillard murder trial looking likely for next week
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