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Stephen Shapiro, the founder of Mayer Brown‘s U.S. Supreme Court practice, was shot and killed at his home in a northern Chicago suburb on Monday night, according to police.

A suspect in what police said was a domestic-related shooting was taken into custody about three hours after the incident. That suspect, who has yet to be identified, fled Shapiro’s home in Northfield, Illinois, and barricaded himself in his apartment in nearby Winnetka. His arrest occurred following a brief standoff with a SWAT team, according to local reports, and police said they expected charges to be filed against the suspect.

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