Daily Legal News Archive

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

The state’s highest court deadlocked Friday over how to interpret a state law that outlines the procedure judges must follow to sentence a minor who is found guilty of a crime to a state juvenile detention center.

From: 
Northern Public Radio

Kwame Raoul says the ‘Clean Air’ cost-benefit rule would undercount the effects of carbon emissions leading to climate change.

From: 
Peoria Public Radio

A Troy man was among seven alleged members of the Gangster Disciples gang charged Monday in a federal indictment accusing them of a years-long interstate conspiracy involving multiple murders, drug trafficking and other crimes, according to Steven D. Weinhoeft, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois.

From: 
The Telegraph

Insulin’s got a bad rap for breaking the bank. A new Illinois law was supposed to cap the price at $100 per month, so why are some still being charged eight times that?

From: 
CBS Chicago

Williamson County Circuit Clerk Austin Crabb resigned Saturday, two days days after she was cited with driving under the influence of alcohol.

From: 
The Southern Illinoisan