Sex offender registrationOctober 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 563On June 19, 2000, the Illinois Department of State Police (department) adopted amendments and a new section to section 1280 of the Illinois Administrative Code. 20 Ill Adm Code 1280.
The Lawyer’s JournalBy Bonnie C. McGrathJune 2000Column, Page 308Playing the child-support percentages; ADA news and views; please don't squeeze the luggage; and more.
Neighborhood Services Act compromise finally reachedJune 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 310During one of the briefest legislative sessions in recent memory, the General Assembly ended a four-month controversy over whether illegally transporting firearms should be considered a felony or misdemeanor in Illinois.
Racial profiling study rejected; H.B. 3911June 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 310House Bill 3911 required Illinois law enforcement officers to record information about the race of motorists who received traffic or warning citations.
Relevant Conduct and the Law of ConspiracyBy David G. DugganJune 2000Article, Page 351The problems posed by the federal sentencing guidelines for defendants charged with liability for the criminal acts of others.
S.A.N.E. ProgramApril 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 196On January 7, 2000, the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority ("Authority") adopted emergency amendments to the Illinois Administrative Code. 20 Ill Adm Code 1560.
Capital Crimes Litigation Trust FundMarch 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 128On December 23, 1999, the Office of the Illinois State Treasurer adopted emergency rules to section 725 of the Illinois Administrative Code. 74 Ill Adm Code 725.
The Lawyer’s JournalBy Bonnie C. McGrathMarch 2000Column, Page 124Public defenders and legal malpractice; lawyers can commit UPL; and more.
The Lawyer’s JournalBy Bonnie McGrathFebruary 2000Column, Page 62Banks and title insurance; fees for foiled FOIA requests; crafting affirmative action plans; and more.
Illinois attempts to keep drugs out of stateJanuary 2000Illinois Law Update, Page 16As of January 1, 2000, Illinois drivers who own or operate vehicles containing hidden compartments may be guilty of a Class C misdemeanor. Public Act 91-359 amends the Vehicle Code by making it illegal to own or operate a motor vehicle when a person knows the vehicle contains a false or secret compartment.