Daily Legal News Archive

Monday, May 21, 2018

The state's highest court will weigh the constitutionality of a law that lets not-for-profit hospitals skip paying property taxes — a question with potentially hundreds of millions of dollars at stake.

Herald & Review

Safeguarding the elderly from abuse. Making sure people with disabilities have access to services. Fighting for the rights of domestic violence victims. Protecting consumers from fraud. This is what nonprofit legal aid providers do every day for people in Illinois who are struggling to make ends meet and need the help of a lawyer.

The State Journal-Register

William Amor spent 22 years in an Illinois prison for an arson and murder a judge later acquitted him of.

Daily Herald

The Illinois Senate's overwhelming vote to allow sick students to take medical marijuana in school sends the proposal to Gov. Bruce Rauner for a decision on its fate.

The Pantagraph

A man has been charged with posing as a state employee and scamming Cook County residents of their money by promising phony government jobs.

NBC 5 Chicago