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.

Northern Public Radio

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

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.

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?

CBS Chicago

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

The Southern Illinoisan