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24, Jul 2014 - Illinois Supreme Court Won't Hear Term Limits Appeal
CHICAGO -- The Illinois Supreme Court won't review a lower court ruling barring a question on lawmaker term limits from appearing on November's ballot.
23, Jul 2014 - Chicago, IL Illinois Supreme Court Rules Burge Can Keep His Pension
In a 4-3 vote, the Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday ruled former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge can keep his pension, despite his conviction for lying about the torture of criminal suspects.
23, Jul 2014 - Chicago Heights, IL Illinois man retried, found not guilty in slaying
A suburban Chicago man who was granted a new trial for a slaying he was convicted of nearly two decades ago has been acquitted and set free.
23, Jul 2014 - Illinois insurance subsidies in place for now
CHICAGO (AP) — Officials say Illinois health insurance customers shouldn't feel any immediate effect of a federal appeals court panel's ruling as a confusing legal battle continues over Presid…
22, Jul 2014 - La Salle, IL Court backs pension for officer accused of torture
An imprisoned former Chicago police commander accused of overseeing the torture of suspects will keep his $3,000-a-month pension following a ruling Thursday by the Illinois Supreme Court.
22, Jul 2014 - Court: Retiree health benefits must not be reduced - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
CHICAGO (AP) - The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday sided with retired state employees who argue that health insurance coverage is a constitutionally-protected retirement benefit, a ruling that could portend trouble for landmark legislation aimed at fixing the worst funded state pension system in the nation.
22, Jul 2014 - Elgin, IL Lawyer: Former state rep. charged with child porn talking about possible plea deal
CHICAGO -- A lawyer for a former Illinois state representative charged with child pornography has told a federal judge his client is talking with prosecutors about a possible plea agreement.That word came Thursday at a status hearing in Chicago for Keith Farnham. The 66-year-old Elgin Democrat has pleaded not guilty to possessing, receiving and transporting child pornography. [...]
22, Jul 2014 - La Salle, IL Court backs police pension in Chicago torture case
An imprisoned former Chicago police commander accused of overseeing the torture of suspects will keep his $3,000-a-month pension following a ruling by the Illinois Supreme Court.
22, Jul 2014 - Elgin, IL Lawyer: Farnham talking about possible deal
CHICAGO (AP) — A lawyer for a former Illinois state representative charged with child pornography has told a federal judge his client is talking with prosecutors about a possible plea agreement.
22, Jul 2014 - Cook, IL Chicago inmate gouges his eyes: Cost of not caring
Officers outfit an inmate with a hockey mask and thick gloves to keep him from gouging out his eye. / Handout, Cooke County Sheriff's Office The grim story of a 35-year-old man, recently returned to an Illinois prison on a probation violation, represents much of what is wrong with the criminal justice system and its de facto role as repository for the mentally ill, law enforcement officials say.
22, Jul 2014 - Judge: No to term limits, redistricting measures
CHICAGO (AP) - Measures that would allow Illinois voters to decide on lawmaker term limits and a new political redistricting process can't appear on November's ballot, a judge ruled Friday, in a decision that could be a setback for Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner. Cook County Circuit Court ...
22, Jul 2014 - Cook, IL Inmate Dies On Medical Furlough In Chicago
Dariel White, 38, was on furlough from Pontiac Correctional Center, where he was serving a six-year-sentence for delivery of heroin. Illinois Department of Corrections spokesman Tom Shaer said White had been ill and that his death “was not unexpected.”
22, Jul 2014 - Will, IL Illinois lawmakers look to ease prison crowding
CHICAGO (AP) — A group of legislators is looking for new ways to address crime in Illinois communities and overcrowding in the state's prisons and jails.
22, Jul 2014 - La Salle, IL High court upholds pension in Chicago torture case
An imprisoned former Chicago police commander accused of overseeing the torture of suspects will keep his $3,000-a-month pension following a ruling Thursday by the Illinois Supreme Court.
22, Jul 2014 - Bond, IL SEC seeks restraining order against Illinois city's bond sale
The Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking an emergency restraining order to prevent a Chicago suburb from selling bonds this month, alleging in court documents filed on Tuesday that the city and its comptroller misused bond proceeds and schemed to defraud investors. In a complaint filed against the town of Harvey, Illinois, and the comptroller, Joseph Letke, in the U.S. District Court ...
21, Jul 2014 - Court OKs expedited appeal of term limits case
CHICAGO (AP) - An Illinois appellate court has agreed to hear an expedited appeal of a ruling that banned a question on term limits from the November ballot. The Chicago-based First District Appellate Court issued its order Monday. Supporters gathered signatures to put a measure on the ...
21, Jul 2014 - Blagojevich files new argument in appeal
CHICAGO (AP) — Lawyers for imprisoned former Gov. Rod Blagojevich submitted an additional argument Wednesday to the federal court that's considering his appeal, saying a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision bolsters their contention that the Illinois Democrat never crossed the line from legal political horse trading into corruption.
21, Jul 2014 - Judge: Illinois can close developmental center
CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that the state of Illinois has the authority to close a southern Illinois center for people with developmental disabilities.
21, Jul 2014 - Chicago, IL Parker Ibrahim & Berg Names Robert J. Emanuel Managing Partner of New Chicago Office
SOMERSET, N.J., July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Parker Ibrahim & Berg has named Robert J. Emanuel as the Managing Partner of its new Chicago office.  Mr. Emanuel is an accomplished litigator and counselor to financial institutions on compliance matters.  He has been recognized by the Leading Lawyers Network as a Top Lawyer in Illinois in the areas of Banking & Financial Institutions Law and ...
21, Jul 2014 - Moody's says court ruling is negative for Illinois pension reform
The Illinois Supreme Court's ruling extending constitutional protection to public sector retiree health care is a negative credit factor for Illinois, Chicago and local governments seeking to alter pension benefits, Moody's Investors Service said on Friday. The 6-to-1 decision on July 3 allowed the continuation of class-action challenges to a 2012 Illinois law that gave the state the right to ...
21, Jul 2014 - Rauner continues push for Illinois term limits
CHICAGO — Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner kept up his drumbeat for Illinois term limits, saying Monday that "voters deserve a voice" on the issue and that the effort to put a measure on the November ballot isn't over despite recent court decisions and a tight timeline."We are not going to give up," Rauner said during a campaign event in Chicago.The Democratic candidate for [...]
21, Jul 2014 - Prosecutor: Man slapped, spit on Illinois judge
CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois prosecutors charged a Chicago man with a hate crime after they said he spat at and slapped a black judge.
21, Jul 2014 - Moody's: Court ruling is negative for pension reform
The Illinois Supreme Court's ruling extending constitutional protection to public sector retiree health care is a negative credit factor for Illinois, Chicago and local governments seeking to alter pension benefits, Moody's Investors Service said on Friday.
21, Jul 2014 - Rauner presses forward on term limits
CHICAGO — Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner kept up his drumbeat for Illinois term limits, saying Monday that “voters deserve a voice” on the issue and that the effort to put a measure on the November ballot isn’t over despite recent court decisions and a tight timeline.
21, Jul 2014 - Judge: Illinois Can Close Murray Center
CHICAGO (AP) - A federal judge has ruled that the state of Illinois has the authority to close a southern Illinois center for people with developmental disabilities.
21, Jul 2014 - Will, IL Illinois lawmakers take testimony on prisons
CHICAGO (AP) — A legislative committee is gathering information on ways to address Illinois' prison population.
21, Jul 2014 - Rauner keeps up push for Illinois term limits
CHICAGO (AP) - Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner kept up his drumbeat for Illinois term limits, saying Monday that "voters deserve a voice" on the issue and that the effort to put a measure on the November ballot isn't over despite recent court decisions and a tight timeline. ...
21, Jul 2014 - Brown, IL Illinois Rep. Derrick Smith convicted of bribery
CHICAGO (AP) - A federal jury convicted Illinois state Rep. Derrick Smith of bribery and attempted extortion Tuesday for taking $7,000 from a purported day care operator seeking a state grant. In a weeklong trial, prosecutors played secret recordings of the 50-year-old Chicago Democrat accepting 70 $100 bills ...
20, Jul 2014 - Danville, IL Domestic violence victims can seek advice from 'Virtual Legal Clinic'
Service is being expanded to 40 counties in Illinois, including Vermilion and Coles. Victims in Vermilion County will soon be able to get free advice from Chicago lawyers DANVILLE — A program to help domestic violence victims get limited legal advice is about to open in Vermilion County. read more
20, Jul 2014 - Highland Park, IL DUI ruling upheld in Illinois 5-year-old's death
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (AP) — A judge has upheld the conviction of a woman accused of aggravated DUI in the car crash death of a girl in suburban Chicago.
20, Jul 2014 - New rules issued for concealed carry denials
CHICAGO (AP) — A flurry of lawsuits from Illinois residents whose applications for a permit to carry a concealed weapon were rejected without explanation has prompted the state police to requi…
05, Apr 2014 - U.S. judge tosses law firm's motion seeking Malaysia plane evidence
An Illinois judge on Monday dismissed a U.S. law firm's motion to obtain evidence of possible design and manufacturing defects from Boeing Co and Malaysian Airline System in connection with the disappearance of flight MH370 three weeks earlier. Cook County Judge Kathy Flanagan also threatened to impose sanctions against Ribbeck Law Chartered, citing previous instances where the Chicago-based law ...
04, Apr 2014 - Eavesdropping law unconstitutional
CHICAGO -- The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday declared one of the nation's toughest eavesdropping laws unconstitutional, which will likely force state legislators to overhaul the privacy legislation. The 1961 Illinois Eavesdropping Act, which mad
04, Apr 2014 - Final blow for Illinois eavesdropping law as state supreme court declares it unconstitutional
CHICAGO — Illinois' Supreme Court declared one of the nation's toughest eavesdropping laws unconstitutional, saying Thursday that the statute was so overly broad that it would technically make the recording of screaming fans at a football game a crime.
04, Apr 2014 - Chicago, IL USA, Illinois: Cook County Issues Almost 600 Marriage Licenses to Same Sex Couples
Couples have been quick to take advantage of the chance to marry early in Chicago. The Cook County clerk's office says it has issued 575 marriage licenses to same-sex couple in the month since it was allowed by a court ruling.
04, Apr 2014 - Rockford, IL Illinois Court: Eavesdropping Law Unconstitutional
CHICAGO -- The Illinois Supreme Court has declared the state's decades-old eavesdropping law unconstitutional.
04, Apr 2014 - Court: Illinois eavesdropping law unconstitutional
CHICAGO — Illinois' Supreme Court declared one of the nation's toughest eavesdropping laws unconstitutional, saying Thursday that the law was so overly broad that it would technically make the recording of screaming fans at a football game a crime. The ruling is the final defeat for the Illinois Eavesdropping Act, ...
04, Apr 2014 - Court deals Illinois eavesdropping law final blow
CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois' Supreme Court declared one of the nation's toughest eavesdropping laws unconstitutional, saying Thursday that the statute was so overly broad that it would technically make the recording of screaming fans at a football game a crime.
04, Apr 2014 - Jackson, IL Illinois voters say 'no' to candidates who were convicted, indicted
Chicago may have a long and colorful history of political corruption, but voters will only take so much. In Tuesday's Democratic primary, a Chicago candidate who served a prison term for bribery and another due to go on trial on similar charges this spring both lost their races, despite predictions of local political observers, according to results available Wednesday. "It appears there is a ...
04, Apr 2014 - Williamson, IL Federal Court in Illinois Imposes over $3.5 Million in Sanctions against Dimitry Vishnevetsky and h
Washington, DC — The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) obtained a federal court Order requiring Defendants Dimitry Vishnevetsky formerly of Chicago, Illinois, and his company, Oxford Capital, LLC (Oxford) to pay a civil monetary penalty of $1,910,982 and restitution for defrauded customers totaling $1,608,327. The default judgment Order, entered by the Honorable Ruben Castillo of ...
04, Apr 2014 - Chicago, IL Gay couples can now get Illinois marriage licenses
Chicago — Illinois' attorney general says county clerks statewide can immediately begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples even though the state law legalizing gay marriage doesn't take effect until June.
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